browsers treat all terms that begin with the $ character as
variables. If you want to display the $ character, you should use $$.
The following WML example demonstrates this:
version="1.0"?><!DOCTYPE wml PUBLIC
"-//WAPFORUM//DTD WML 1.3//EN"
id="cell_phone_card" title="Buy Cell
Phone"> <p> The
price of the cell phone in your shopping cart is $$200. Do you
want to proceed to checkout now?<br/><br/> <a
href="#checkout.wml">Yes. Proceed to
checkout</a><br/> <a href="#product.wml">No.
Continue shopping</a> </p> </card></wml>
following screenshots show the result of the above WML example in
some mobile phone browsers:
Mobile Browser 4.0
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