a form feed (\f, 0xC, ASCII FF, CTRL-L or &#xC) is not a legal
character in XML. Data containing it could/should be rejected.

"Jim Urban" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> XSLT is under the control of our client.

Then you can tell your clients to cope with it.
Actually, doing something for certain specials characters in XSLT
is a FAQ (usually emitting a <BR/> on line feeds). Both the XSL-List
archive and the XSL-FAQ have solutions that could be adapted to the
problem at hand. Look at http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect2/replace.html

BTW could you guys *please* try to trim unnecessary quotations?


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