From: David Carlisle <davidc(_at_)nag(_dot_)co(_dot_)uk>
> I'm not quite sure what to suggest you should do about it, though!
Maybe I'm missing the idea here, but from the viewpoint that this is a
comment, I feel that I ought to have the leeway to put nearly any character
combination together within a comment and have the parsing processor ignore
that combo. I recognize this is not standard for xslt, and I'm curious what
the reasoning is for it. Placing a significant number of &#decimalOrName;
within xslt diminishes the understanding and reading capability of the
original XSLT file. This is especially true when trying to translate some
'comment' text into usable scripting for the output generated.
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