> < ^ Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2001 15:08:06 +0200 (CEST)
> < ^ From: Sergei.Haller@math.uni-giessen.de < >
> < ^ Subject: Re: Question of Chad Lower

Dear GAP Forum,

First, I want to apologize for the last message. I had used absolute value
symbols and they appeared to you as =E2=94=82. Had I known this would have
happened, I would have written out "the order of Bn."

I guess that your email client gets this very wrong, because '|' is an ASCII
character (hex value 7C).

Chad seems to use the utf encoding and some other character for the
vertical line instead of '|' (ASCII 0x7C)

You're probably composing your messages in HTML, and then
something weird is happening when a plain text version of your message
is made.

Chad's eMail client forgot to add the lines

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/alternative;

to the mail header.

after adding this lines to the original mail by hand, you can read it if
your email client supports displaying utf-8 encoding (most of the gui
clients should do so)

c ya

         eMail:       Sergei.Haller@math.uni-giessen.de
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