Here and there in any of the following documents you may encounter non-English language characters encoded in conformity with the Unicode (tm) Standard. To make them display correctly, set your hypertext browser's (or other display software's) character set to UTF-8 [Universal Character Set ("Unicode") Transformation Format, 8-bit form]. If your display software uses the standard US character set, you will be able to see all of the English text correctly even if you do not switch to UTF-8; but character entities not within the prescription of HTML 4.0 will need to be displayed with the UTF-8 character set.
[If after setting your software to use the UTF-8 character set you still do not see a correct display of all non-English character entities, you may need to upgrade your software. Some such applications as Netscape 4.x and Internet Explorer 5 purport to offer a full UTF-8 character set but are not in fact altogether Unicode (tm) compliant.]