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RE: XML Outputting literal character entity?

Subject: RE: XML Outputting literal character entity?
From: "Lee Goddard" <home@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 11:43:22 +0100
xml literal character
> > I'd like to output a literal character entity
> > of the form &#123; but where 123 is actually
> > taken from an XML element's attribute.  Is there
> > a method to do this?
> Only with disable-output-escaping, or with an extension function.
> (unless of course you're prepared to write a string containing all the
> Unicode characters, in sequence, and index into it using substring()...)

disable-output-escaping, thanks Mike.

You are nothing if not comprehensive...!


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