>Replacing every space with &nbsp is just a pain but it looks
>like the only answer.

Sorry about the <tt>; it looked so good.

There's another solution by means of cascading style sheets, like several 
people said, where you can control almost everything concerning presentation.

If that's suitable for you, (needs relatively modern browsers) i'm sure 
that we all can work it out here. Everybody trying to put some piece of 
code online should have the same problem.

(I used <pre> for mine, but i didn't do it in a table; i used <pre> more 
like <p>. And i was surprised that the w3c checker felt OK with <pre> 
inside a <td>.)



Mit freundlichen Grüssen / best regards

Anton Gombkötö

Avenum Technologie GmbH
Wien - Mattsee - Stuttgart
e-mail Office   :       mailto:Anton.Gombkoetoe@avenum.com
Homepage        :       http://www.avenum.com

Lest das Redbook / read the redbook "Who knew you could do that with RPG?":
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/abstracts/sg245402.html

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