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? single char wildcard, not at start
* multi char wildcard, not at start
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Cat? W/5 behavior
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Cat AND charact*
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Described is a new method for specifying an alternative representation for characters that look similar when printed.
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Rendering Password String Explicitly
Let's apply this method to an example password. Let us say our password is the word
"world". To make this password more difficult to break, we would use the simple
substitution of the letter o (ooh) for the number 0 (zero) and the letter l (ell) for the
number 1 (one). The password now becomes w0r1d. Now let's say you forgot your
password and you have the program e-mail you the password. In your password you
would receive the string "w0r1d". The invention would turn this into some like
w(zero)r(one)d so you could correctly interpret the string regardless of the font or font
The basis of the invention is to tag a string with a table used to map single characters to
a string that uniquely identifies the character. In the case of an XML document you