[links-list] probable bug in elinks: wrong < and > interpretation

Anton Voloshin vav at isv.ru
Thu Jan 3 22:16:07 PST 2002


using current development elinks to look at
I've noticed strange looking line in program example:

cout <> s;

E.g. galeon shows the same place more correctly:

cout << "Please enter your first name followed by a newline\n";
cin >> s;

I'm not sure that this is a bug (strange usage of < and > symbols in
HTML), but I'd like links to show such pages in a more nice way anyway. :)

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