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Subject: Re: [xsl] mixture of XML and HTML in result
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 15:34:17 GMT

> <xsl:text>&#160;</xsl:text> works fine only when the output method is
> html

that should produce something in the xml output that is a non breaking
sopace character, whether it is the character itself or a reference to
it shouldn't make any difference to teh application that is processing
your result.

If you don't want character 160 to be output as itself you could output
the document in an encoding that does not include thatcharacter,
encoding="US-ASCII" for example, but note that your XSLT engine may
notknow that encoding and similarly the XML application that uses your
generated file may not know it either.

David



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