All this discussion about Unicode/wchar_t/UTF-16/32 is very good, but one would expect that the discussion about an XML writing API might focus on other things as well, like - which members to include / scope of features - escaping / what helps the programmer the most - configurability / options There have been fewer posts about all of these than about the encoding issue, which is a smaller part of the problem. Karl
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