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using gt
Hi,all:
    The following is an actual text in XML Specification(SE). 
<originText>
        The right angle bracket (>) may be represented using the string "&gt;", and         must, for compatibility, be escaped using "&gt;" or a character reference             when it appears in the string "]]>" in content, when that string is not             marking the end of a CDATA section.
</originText>
    According to the above description, we are supposed to escape '>' using '&gt;'. 
But the problem is that is there another way for us, in the content of CDATA section, to write the '>' in ']]>' without using a '&gt;'? 
    I find out there isn't such a method. So actuall we MUST do that, instead of FOR COMPATIBILITY, which is descripted in the XML specification(SE).
    
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