In article <40493EF5.7060307 / bates.id.au>, Tim Bates  <tim / bates.id.au> wrote:
>Phil Tomson wrote:
>> But I didn't find them in there... Which makes me wonder if it's even
>> possible to output them this way.  I know that to get them in HTML you
>> use &#174; and &#153;
>
>`puts 174.chr` gives me a little (R) symbol that's rather difficult to 
>read, and `puts 153.chr` gives me a dotted square - so I guess it 
>depends on what terminal font you're using. I assume you're wanting to 
>do this in a terminal window? The answer probably is that there's no 
>guaranteed portable way to do it except for "(R)" and "(TM)".
>

I think you're right.  Now that I'm on a LInux box I see the (R) char 
(puts 174.chr) but I don't see the (TM) symbol (puts 153.chr).  
Previously, I was trying this on Windows and saw neither of them.

Phil