Does anyone know how I can encode a raw line feed as part of
XML element data such that
when the parser returns it to me the linefeed remains?
Raw String: Hello
world\n <-note trailing linefeed.
I can encode it to: <TAG>Hello world </TAG>
Returned string Hello world
<-no trailing linefeed
My XML parser, expat SAX, always eats the linefeed.
Carriage returns can be encoded fine and parsed fine.
Anything thing I have been able to find on XML char encoding
always lists linefeed as an exception to the rules. I’ve tried CDATA –
Any ideas or references?
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