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Re: ampersand fun

Subject: Re: ampersand fun
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2003 18:44:50 +0100
using ampersand
  In addition you might
  want to use this:

  & # 1 6 9 ; (without the spaces)

  rather than this:

  &amp;

  in your XSLT


Using an entity or numeric character reference in a stylesheet will
never make any difference to the output if they refer to the same
character, but character 169 is a copyright sign not an ampersand.

David

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