RE: XML in Real Life
> When the UK Inland Revenue launched on-line submission of tax returns, > they explained that they couldn't handle a tax return > containing "&" or > "<" characters. Apparently the system cost ?50M to develop... > > Michael Kay I was filling out a webform here at work that wouldn't allow ">" characters, but neither would it allow ">": both error messages were the same. I wonder if "&>;" would have worked? >:-}
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