Re: [xsl] problems around →

Subject: Re: [xsl] problems around →
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2006 16:27:22 +0100
> Entity references in XML mean whatever you want them to mean. What does the
> entity declaration in the DTD have to say?

If it's `my' dtd then it says
<!ENTITY rarr             "&#x02192;" >

> I'm surprised by this output though: the Saxon serializer never includes
> leading zeros in hex character references, though they are perfectly legal.

I use them because I need 5 hex digits for the plane 1 math characters
in x1d??? and it looks so untidy if (and is harder to sort) if  some
entries have four and some have five digits...

Not that the syntax used in the dtd should have any bearing on the
output though.


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