RE: RE: Re: Handling of special char
> Here I want to escape thr' < and > characters when it representd node > i.e.<root> and suppose this appears as a part of text like this > <mail-sender><mike@xxxxxxxx></mail-sender> then only I want > to get rid of < > and > characters. > How to differentiate this before sending it to XSLTProcessor. If you've got data where "<" is sometimes an ordinary character and sometimes a markup character, then only you can know the rules by which to disentangle them. Who designed this data format for you? Why didn't they use XML? Mike Kay Software AG XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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