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Subject: AW: Detecting carriage return and newline feed in XML Data
From: <michella@xxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 2004 10:04:11 +0100
xml newline
>The newlines in the source were (presumably) literal newlines so are
>reported as space. The newlines in your xselect attribute were written
>as numeric character references so are not normalised and are reported
>as newline characters, so they are not equal, and more generally if the
>newlines in your source are explict there is no way of detecting them
>in any XML application.


The carriage return appears in the XML source data. Aren't there any
technics to treat them in a custom way while parsing?(eg. by passing a
parameter to the parser)?

Did anyone encounter the same problem, and if yes, what was the issue?



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