Re: Can XSL transform XML to RTF?
> Does the fact that XSL is XML limit me in some way? Yes or no. XML character data is _always_ _character_ data so those codepoints that XML (inheriting from unicode) deems not to be a character, you can not use directly, or via a numeric reference such as � However all is not lost. You could just print out a `character' (probably ascii) representation of what you want, and then post process. You could use any encoding that you wanted, for example the quoted-printable mime encoding used for email which is something like =HexValueOfCharacter and == if you need an = character. then you just mime decode your XSL output (or run it through sed;-) > Is there a means of getting any random hex digit into > the output tree? Yes, and that is what you need above, eg you can get E into the output tree fairly easily:-) You can't get a random byte into the output tree though. David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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