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rsquo - definition and meaning -
DavidRourke commented on the word rsquo. Rsquo is an improperly coded apostrophe. For instance, seeing the word "letrsquos" should be read as "let's". Other improper codes may be seen as &rsquos, so: Let&rsquos should be read as "Let's".
Special Characters in HTML -
left single quote ‘ ‘ right single quote ’ ’ single low-9 quote ‚ ‚ left double quote “ “ right double quote ” ” double low-9 quote
&rsquo vs "'" | Treehouse Community
Using ’ will produce a nice curly apostrophe. Typing ' will produce a prime symbol, which is technically the wrong character to use. Most people can't tell the difference, though, and it can be a pain to type a real apostrophe if your keyboard doesn't have an apostrophe key.
What is ’s - Apple Community
I know the rsquo&s name is appearing on several independent iCloud snyc accounts for no reason. I've stopped syncing to iCloud, as I think security is hacked and no Apple rep has stepped into this with any kind of reply. Disappointing. I guess Apple now too big to support fundamental issues like this. I'll just use less features going forward.
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What is the meaning of " &rsquo " and etc.
Dear 'enclave', Could you please a) enter your real name into your signature? That is a Forum rule. b) write in full sentences? This is a forum, not SMS.
Common HTML entities used for typography - W3C Wiki
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