Re: Variables and HTML
>>>>> "Nathan" == Nathan Young <natyoung@xxxxxxxxx> writes: >> Together with a character mao that maps back: >> >> <xsl:output-character character=" string="<"/> >> <xsl:output-character character=" string=">"/> >> <xsl:output-character character=" string="&"/> Nathan> I read this as defining instructions for the serializer to Nathan> replace the unfamiliar charcters above with the Nathan> appropriate output characters (<> and & in final output). The reason these characters are unfamiliar, is that they are defined by Unicode as private use (that is, they are anything the application wants them to be). This makes them ideal for use in character maps, as they cannot possibly conflict with any normal character. -- Colin Paul Adams Preston Lancashire
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