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Re: Converting logical <em>s to physical <i>s (nesting

Subject: Re: Converting logical <em>s to physical <i>s (nestingprob lem)
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2002 01:34:58 GMT
Re:  Converting logical <em>s to physical <i>s (nesting
  What if you use:

  I'm not sure if you need to put the '&lt;/em&gt;' in <xsl:text> elements ?!?

xsl:text isn't needed for tha. with or without xsl:text that isn't wat
you want to do it just generates the characters < / e m which will
appear in the output just as you show then here with the < quoted.
There is a lot of difference between making an element node and making a
text node that has some text that has xml syntax.


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