Re: [xsl] The "%" in DTD

Subject: Re: [xsl] The "%" in DTD
From: Mike Brown <mike@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 14:22:50 -0600 (MDT)
Decarli, Jim wrote:
> Here is a link to all the escape codes for you.

That page contains either 1 big error ("ISO Latin 1"), or
32 small errors (&#128; through &#159; are entirely wrong).
The author has actually described Windows-1252 (CP 1252),
not ISO-8859-1 (Latin 1).

Either way, it's not "all" the "escape codes". You can go all
the way up to &#1114109;, minus a handful that aren't allowed
in XML.

explains what a character reference is, and that the reference
for what numbers mean what characters is ISO/IEC 10646, not
ISO/IEC 8859-1. Since the coded character set defined by
ISO/IEC 10646 is identical to that of Unicode, you can use
Unicode as a reference. should be helpful. is very useful, too.

   - Mike
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