Haven't seen it either, but you could use:
echo '<' . '?....';
So < is separated from ?. Or ? from > for the matter.
Um dia eu chego lá:
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> Hi -- I'm trying to use a string of XML data which includes the use of
> the <?xml ?> tags. I've noticed that my editor (BBEdit) shows that \?>
> will escape the tag so that PHP does not treat it as a true "close the
> PHP code" tag, but was hoping that someone here could give me an
> official ruling.
> There is no reference to escaping the ?> tag on the man page (currently)
> that I could find, or in the annotations.
> Erik Price
> Web Developer Temp
> Media Lab, H.H. Brown
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