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Found this on a web page and I'm wondering what the writer wanted to write?

&Mac198;

// Anders

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This web page uses it in ar&Mac198;te to form Arête. Looks more like a character set issue to me, though. –  Daniel Beck Aug 5 '12 at 20:08

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Possibly:

>>> print '\xc6'.decode('macroman')
∆
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This web page and the linked PDF seems to support this. –  Daniel Beck Aug 5 '12 at 20:11

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