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Re: [xsl] 16-bit entities converted to "?" by XSLT

2008-12-06 19:03:51


but when I embed it in some XML

does the fragment that you generate have the same encoding as the XML
file into which you mbed it? If ut doesn't you will scramble the
characters, which appears to be what has happened.

 16-bit entities in the HTML,
actually what you showed were character references, which are not
entities (and the character range is 21 bits not 16 (10FFFF being the
highest number allowed)

David

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