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said by Mike:It should be typed that way in the code, otherwise the / might be interpreted as an HTML command, instead of actually displaying the correct character.
Safari does the same thing.. that's kind of the way it's typed if you looked at the code..
So, in that sense, IE is correct in the way it is displaying things.
The part that is INCORRECT and sloppy programming on Microsoft's part, is they should have LIMITED it to only a certain set of characters instead of parsing EVERY escape/control code.
Edwards in 2004