Sorry, I forgot that QE doesn't display UTF-8 :(

Leaving the — (char 151) in has one advantage: You can specify e.g. CVT*— as a search term and get immediately

`Line 21071 CVTDQ2PD—Convert Packed Dword Integers to Packed Double-Precision FP `

Line 21073 CVTDQ2PS—Convert Packed Dword Integers to Packed Single-Precision FP

Line 21075 CVTPD2DQ—Convert Packed Double-Precision FP Values to Packed Dword

Line 21077 CVTPD2PI—Convert Packed Double-Precision FP Values to Packed Dword

Line 21079 CVTPD2PS—Convert Packed Double-Precision FP Values to Packed Single-Precision

Line 21081 CVTPI2PD—Convert Packed Dword Integers to Packed Double-Precision FP

Line 21083 CVTPI2PS—Convert Packed Dword Integers to Packed Single-Precision FP

Line 21085 CVTPS2DQ—Convert Packed Single-Precision FP Values to Packed Dword

Line 21087 CVTPS2PD—Convert Packed Single-Precision FP Values to Packed Double-Precision

Line 21089 CVTPS2PI—Convert Packed Single-Precision FP Values to Packed Dword

Line 21091 CVTSD2SI—Convert Scalar Double-Precision FP Value to Integer

Line 21092 CVTSD2SS—Convert Scalar Double-Precision FP Value to Scalar Single-Precision FP

Line 21094 CVTSI2SD—Convert Dword Integer to Scalar Double-Precision FP Value

Line 21095 CVTSI2SS—Convert Dword Integer to Scalar Single-Precision FP Value

Line 21096 CVTSS2SD—Convert Scalar Single-Precision FP Value to Scalar Double-Precision FP

Line 21098 CVTSS2SI—Convert Scalar Single-Precision FP Value to Dword Integer

Handy, isn't it? ;)

Edit: **Holy crap!** I tried to be clever and used FoxIt Readers "save as txt" feature for the fat Intel PDF. It saves but in format CrCrLf. So I went for our friend from Adobe (you know, Acrobat, the one with the GPFs), version 8.1; first it tells me "unable to save", then it freezes for ten minutes after you click ok. Copying to the clipboard is apparently allowed, at least it appears in the menu, but the clipboard remains empty. Right now I am testing the option "Save as accessible text", whatever that means, and it is "Saving page 1800 of 4175", in very slow motion 8)