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Subject: RE: [xsl] Encoding attribute
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 14:40:45 -0000

Sorry, I didn't look far enough down the table.
DC is right ... again :-)

OK, you can wear the Mike Brown hat for a week!

regards DaveP


    DaveP> shows where it is, hex 20A0
    
    that's the wrong one (there's a story about that, another time:-)
    
    You want 20AC
    
    20A0 is EURO-CURRENCY SIGN and shouldn't be used 20AC is 
    EURO SIGN and should be.
    
    David
    
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