RE: Unicode in xsl
> 1) We use   for nbsp.What is the difference between this one and > Š? Using 'x' is unicode?. x means hexadecimal. So   is the same as  . > 2)What is the difference between ISO-10646 and Unicode?. Tony Graham's recent Unicode book gives you the full detail on this. Both standards define the same set of characters, character names, and character codes. The two standards differ in what they have to say about the meaning and equivalence of characters, in the conformance requirements for implementations, in their legal standing, and in details such as variable-length encoding forms. > 3)What is the way to use the unicode characters in my xsl?. Simplest is to use a character reference such as ₤ > 4)Are there only 2 encoding in xsl?.utf-8 and iso-8859-1 or > can I use upto iso-8859-9? XSL processors (and indeed XML processors) are required to support only utf-8 and utf-16. Any other encodings are optional, the implementor can decide which ones to support. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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