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Re: encoding and XSL Transformation

Subject: Re: encoding and XSL Transformation
From: Chuck White <chuckwh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 07:19:37 -0700
hex reference
>When I use Xalan UTF-8
>encoding, it will make these characters into garbeled mess,
>like  Â$(A  for right tick ,etc.
>When I use james clark's xt parser. It will transform these characters
>nicely. Converting them to their hex representation &#146;

Presumably you mean &#146; is the decimal reference, not the hex reference.
The hex representation &#x0146; maps out to the small latin letter n with
cedilla. This tells me you're trying to pump Windows encodings into Xalan.
Windows encodings within the range of 128-159 map out to a variety of
control characters in Unicode, so your problem begins with your source
document, not Xalan.


Charles White
The Tumeric Partnership
Author, Mastering XSLT, Sybex Books
Co-Author, Mastering XML, Premium Edition, Sybex Books

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