Re: usage of entities (for dummies)
> Do i have to nest replace-functions for each of them in one > another like ... > <xsl:value-of select="replace(replace(., '\^12', 'ç'), '\^13', > '&')"/> > ... or is there a more elegant solution for this? in the most general case of course, nesting replace() calls is always an > option but here I suspect that you can do something like <xsl:analayze-space select="." regex="\^([0-9]+)"> <xsl:matching-substring> <xsl:value-of select="$replacements[number(regex-group(1))]"/> <xsl:matching-substring> <xsl:non-matching-substring> <xsl:value-of select="."/> </xsl:non-matching-substring> together with something that makes $replacements a sequemce with a c-cedila in position 12 eg <xsl:variable name="replacements" select="( 'a','b',...,'&#e7;', '&') "/>
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