Re: [xsl] nbsp;

Subject: Re: [xsl] nbsp;
From: "Chuck White" <chuck@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2001 08:23:07 -0800
One nice thing about XT is its helpful error messages, which can be quite
specific. In this case, XT told you exactly what is going on. You didn't
declare your entity. There are only five "predefined" entities in XML (and
it is often a good idea to declare them, too, depending on your

&lt;  &#38;#60;  <
&gt;  &#62;  >
&apos;  &#39;  '
&quote;  &#34;  "
&amp;  &#38;#38;  &

everything else always requires a specific declaration.

Chuck White
Director, Creative and Product Development
ADVANCE Recruitment Advertising, Inc.
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From: "Alec Cove" <covea@xxxxxxx>
To: <xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, January 24, 2001 7:53 AM
Subject: [xsl] nbsp;

> Is there something unusual about the &nbsp; entity? My XML looks like
> <description><b>The best &nbsp;</b></description>
> when I transform it (using XT) I get an error: Reference to undefined
> " ".
> other entities like &amp; work fine, anyone know why this happens?
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