Re: MSXML / NBSP problem and resolution
Michael H. Semcheski wrote: > That was the original problem though, for one reason or another, it was > showing up as a ? "?" usually indicates that you had a Unicode character that could not be represented in whatever encoding was being used to encode the string as bytes. It also indicates that this substitution occurred at a point when it was no longer known that the string contained markup (if it was known that it was XML or HTML, then the unencodable character would've been replaced with   or ). Based on your other messages, I'd say this transcoding is happening when you get a UTF-16 string from the XSLT processor and are converting it to iso-8859-1 for output. You need to stop getting that UTF-16 string in the first place, because the no-break space character in there is apparently going to be directly encoded as 0x00A0, byte order notwithstanding... not escaped as or  . - Mike ____________________________________________________________________________ mike j. brown | xml/xslt: http://skew.org/xml/ denver/boulder, colorado, usa | resume: http://skew.org/~mike/resume/ XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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