Re: Problems with iso-8859-1
And XP handles ISO 8859-1 which I believe is simply code page zero(0) of Unicode? Lars Marius Garshol wrote: > So, SAX delivers Unicode characters to the application (in this case > the XSL engine), and whether ISO 8859-1 can be handled or not depends > entirely on whether the parser can decode ISO 8859-1 into Unicode. > > Hopefully, this clarified things a bit. (Or at least muddied the > waters thoroughly. :) Yes I should have been clearer. ciao, Christine XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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