Re: [xsl] ∈ is not ∈...?

Subject: Re: [xsl] ∈ is not ∈...?
From: Frank Marent <frank.marent@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2006 07:34:22 +0200
hi michael, david

What does

<xsl:value-of select="string-to-codepoints(Body)"/>

give you?

it gives 8714! and not 8712 like it should be upon w3c mathml characters page. i checked our dtd and we're including isotech.ent (ISO General Technical Entities V0.3) and that is saying

<!ENTITY isin "&#x220A;"> <!-- -->

and this is decimal 8714 (hex 220A) not 8712 (hex 2208) like in that is saying

U02208, ELEMENT OF, isin, isinv, Element, in

so that is a difference. we can correct that in our character map (or isotech.ent) of course but it's still a difference between oasis isotech.ent and w3c mathml characters page.

thank very much for the help


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