Re: How to deal with special characters in XSL?
On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 09:49:58AM +0200, Amiceto wrote: > Hi everybody: > I come back to the list. > > What if I need printed in the outputed html? > yes I can use   but this prints " " not " " No, it prints the Unicode character with the code #0160, which is the UTF-8 representation of a non-breaking space. All web browsers younger than perhaps Netscape 2.0 should understand this (Gosh, that was about six years ago!). > and I need it for crossbrowser html You don't need it for crossbrowser HTML, unless you're looking at giving support for ancient browsers that don't understand Unicode; I doubt such creatures are still used anywhere! Some XSLT engines (Saxon for example) produce for  , and substitute entities here and there, if they are set up to operate in HTML output mode, but this is not required by the standard, so don't count on it being available everywhere. -- Rafael R. Sevilla <sevillar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> +63(2) 8177746 ext. 8311 Programmer, Inter.Net Philippines +63(917) 4458925 http://dido.engr.internet.org.ph/ OpenPGP Key ID: 0x5CDA17D8 XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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