RE: RE: XSD - Validator problem
In UTF-8, at the start of a file it is > just a nonsense character, useless, out-of-place, a sign of > bad programming, and it messes up encoding detectors I'd have said it's a three-byte sequence which tells you pretty reliably that you're dealing with a UTF-8 encoded file - provided of course that you are looking for it. Agreed, BOM is a misnomer. I'm not defending the decision to add it to the XML spec by means of an erratum, however. Michael Kay
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