Hmmm...hadn't thought of that...
I guess I could use that if there's no alternative...
What I really need is the ability to do this:
I'm convinced that there just has to be a way! :)
But thanks though...I'm writing that down now...
"Peter J. Schoenster" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On 12 Sep 2002 at 0:13, OrangeHairedBoy wrote:
> > Yeah...i should have mentioned I had thought of that...but I really
> > don't want to :)
> > It just doesn't look right when it's a math expression. Know a permenant
> > solution?
> > I want to be able to handle the tag <mytag value="x<y"/>, but the parser
> > keeps telling me that it's not formed correctly (because of the "<" in
> > the quotes).
> But < will most probably be displayed as < in the example the other
person gave you, only the source view shows <
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