Re: [xml] '' question

On Wed, 2006-09-06 at 15:50 +0200, Marchese Stefano wrote:

My application parses some xml files using the xmlParseFile() API.
This API gives an error if the file has the following content:

As indeed it should, character 0x10 (hexadecimal, ie. decimal 16,
i.e. ASCII DLE, Data Link Escape, control-P) is not legal in XML 1.0

You can use XML 1.1 if your tools support it, but it's more likely
an error in the data.  Maybe it's intended to be a newline, which
would be &#10; instead, or in hexadecmial &#xa;, or maybe you have
a character set problem and it's supposed to be some accented
character, in which case you need to convert to UTF-8 (for example)
*before* escaping non-ascii characters.


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