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RE: How to deal with special characters in XSL?

Subject: RE: How to deal with special characters in XSL?
From: Andrés Pedrera <apedrera@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 16:09:03 +0200
xsl ouput escaping amp
>> Hi Aniceto,
>>
>> > What if I need &nbsp; printed in the outputed html?
>> > yes I can use &#0160; but this prints " " not "&nbsp;"
>> > and I need it for crossbrowser html.
>>
>> 	If you want to ouput "&nbsp;" you can use &#38;nbsp;. This,
>> will escape '&'
>> and will send "&nbsp;" to the browser.
>
>No, it won't. It will send &-a-m-p-;-n-b-s-p-;

If you use disable-output-escaping, it works fine:

	<xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">&#38;nbsp;</xsl:text>


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