Downloading This Tutorial to Your Computer

Download this file (http://langintro.com/greek.zip) to your computer and unpack it. It contains all the HTML and image and sound files that the tutorial requires. It will unpack into a directory named greek

Programming Information about the Letter Images

This section is for those people who wish to write Javascript code to manipulate the letter images or wish to understand the code they've downloaded. If you're not a programmer, you may safely ignore this information.

The images are named by their hexadecimal position in Unicode, not ISO 8859-7, and are found in the pics directory.

Here are the punctuation marks (from Unicode page 0000)


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2e.png

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3b.png

3c.png

3d.png

3e.png

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These are the Greek characters from Unicode page 0300. Note that code 83 is non-standard; I needed a place for the dieresis, and that was my choice.

     
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8c.png

8d.png

8e.png

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a0.png

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ab.png

ac.png

ad.png

ae.png

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b0.png

b1.png

b2.png

b3.png

b4.png

b5.png

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b8.png

b9.png

ba.png

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bc.png

bd.png

be.png

bf.png

c0.png

c1.png

c2.png

c3.png

c4.png

c5.png

c6.png

c7.png

c8.png

c9.png

ca.png

cb.png

cc.png

cd.png

ce.png

cf.png

The red letters have the same names as the black letters, except that the letter r precedes the suffix .png; thus a red capital alpha is in file 91r.png

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