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Re: strange problem with string-replace

Subject: Re: strange problem with string-replace
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 10:13:22 GMT
Re: strange problem with string-replace
> Do these chars have a special characteristic I
> don't know ?

yes, depending on how you enter them (as character data or  &#13;
character refs, they may (or may not) be subject to white space
normalisation  by the xml parser before XSL gets its hands on your
string.

the rules for white space normalisation in xml aren't quite so arcane as
the sgml rules, but they are still too much to contemplate before I've
had some more coffee.

David


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