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Re: MSXML DOM Special Chars Less Than 32

rick dom
Rick Jelliffe scripsit:

>    * The RFC on MIME types talks about "textual" data rather than the
>      text/binary distinction.
>       So control characters in an ASCII file may be "text" to some
>       but they are not "textual". 

The 39 Articles of the Church of England ban "the Romish doctrine of
Purgatory" and "the sacrifice of the masses", but John Henry Newman
(back when he was an Anglican, rather than a Roman, Catholic) showed
that Romish was not the same as Roman, and the masses not the same
as the Mass, so Anglicans could believe in the Roman doctrine of
Purgatory, and celebrate the sacrifice of the Mass, without offending
the Articles in the least.

Feh.  Which is not the same thing as Pfui.

>       If XML 1.1 mandates that NEL is U+0080


John Cowan <jcowan@r...>     http://www.reutershealth.com
I amar prestar aen, han mathon ne nen,    http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
han mathon ne chae, a han noston ne 'wilith.  --Galadriel, _LOTR:FOTR_


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