Subject: [xsl] U+ conversion to Unicode characters From: "M V" <htmlhack@xxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 15:09:28 -0500
I'm getting some XML documents that use U+ notation ready for browser
display so I'm converting the notation -- U+0107 to & # x0107;.
Things were moving along fine until I ran into U+0065+U+02DB sequence (and
many others like it) in a document on Poland.
Is the "proper" way to convert these instances to just run the converted
Unicode characters together and drop the middle +? Will these characers
display properly if an XSLT encodes the document as ISO-8859-1 or UTF-8?
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