Re: Char node-type

Subject: Re: Char node-type
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 17:27:29 GMT
> Until now I thought that the string-length(), substring() and other
> string functions by design must deal correctly with combining "
> 'character-plus-Unicode-combining-
> character(s)' sequences

No XSL takes the same notion of character as XML, that means that
it does deal with the multi-byte encodings of (for example) utf8 and
utf16 but it considers combinations with unicode combining characters as
separate characters, it does not automatically combine them.


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