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Re: MSXML DOM Special Chars Less Than 32

Re:  MSXML DOM Special Chars Less Than 32
Michael Kay wrote:

> (Of course there are solutions like using processing instructions or
> quoted-printable encoding. But I haven't heard any good argument why I
> shouldn't be able to use XML character references to represent these
> characters, which would seem a much more natural approach. 

Er, I offered one, which I believe the next sentence is an attempt
to refute

> In any case, the
> semantics of BEL are at least as well-defined as TAB.)

EOT.  ETX.  QED.  -Tim


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