RE: Entity references in xml output
> > 2) If you must preserve input entities then I think there is really > > no standard solution ;-( (But I hope I hadn't reason!) > > XSLT is for transforming an XML file e.g for another XML file. This > example is such a case, and no standard solution?:-( > > (Unfortunately it's an example from real life, not only a theoretic > question.) There is a solution in practice, which is to preprocess the input entity reference &xxx; into $xxx; (e.g. using Perl) and reverse the process on the output. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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