Re: [xsl] identity transform - include CDATA's, etc
Subject: Re: [xsl] identity transform - include CDATA's, etc|
From: "Abie Hamaoui" <ahama5@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2003 23:29:43 +0000
ok, but these 2 lines are not identical to
am I quite right or quite wrong?
conversely when the serialiser is outputting the content of an element
that contains the character , it needs to do it in such a way that an
XML parser reports a < it can do it how it likes
< < <![CDATA[<]]> they are all equivalent, and the system usually
chooses the same one irrespective of how the character was entered.
you mention 3 ways the serializer could output this element. my question is
could it also output it as '<' itself, or is there something preventing
this? ie wouldn't an XML parser report '<' in the same way it would report
<, or is that the point here - that it would report these differently?
thanks for your attention.
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