[xsl] Re: your mail

Subject: [xsl] Re: your mail
From: Mike Brown <mike@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2001 16:21:34 -0600 (MDT)
murali meraga wrote:
>   Anyone know how to code trade marks in xml? 

XML uses Unicode. If you can't type a character directly in the document's 
binary encoding, you can use a character reference, which is comprised 
entirely of ASCII characters.

The trade mark sign is &#x2122; or &#8482;
The registered trade mark sign is &#xAE; or &#174;
The service mark sign is &#x2120; or &#8480;

Note that these will be mapped back into your output encoding or to HTML 
entity refs upon serialization of the result tree, and if they aren't 
available in that encoding, you'll likely get question marks.

   - Mike
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