RE: [xsl] Unicode character blocks in strings

Subject: RE: [xsl] Unicode character blocks in strings
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 29 May 2009 12:40:21 -0400
tom tom,

At 10:48 AM 5/29/2009, you wrote:
If I store 'IsCJKUnifiedIdeographs' in the variable 'UnicodeCharBlock' \p{{{$UnicodeCharBlock}}} seems to work.

It might be clearer to bind "\p{IsCJKUnifiedIdeographs}" to the variable ...

<xsl:variable name="CJKChars" select="'\p{IsCJKUnifiedIdeographs}'"/>

and then in the regex you can have "{$CJKChars}".

Then, no curly braces need be escaped at all, since they serve as an AVT only where you want them to.


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