[xsl] So THAT'S what CDATA is for...]

Subject: [xsl] So THAT'S what CDATA is for...]
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Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2001 17:50:19 -0500
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Subject: So THAT'S what CDATA is for...
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2001 20:53:54 -0000
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Hope this doesn't count as cross-posting, but the following sentence
from a new post on xml-dev just knocked me off my chair:

A business partner has asked that we use CDATA sections for all
content so they don't have to worry about handling special

So the Real World has spoken. Forget about all those encoding and
escaping headaches we grapple with so often: use CDATA for all element
content and kiss your problems goodbye!

Michael Beddow

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