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Re: [xsl] XSL > XSL trans. and Characher Encoding

From: "Michael Beddow" <mbnospam@----------->
Date: 10/16/2001 7:59:00 AM
On Tuesday, October 16, 2001 4:12 PM
L Rutker wrote:


> I initially did not use any encoding

Oh, but you did. "No" encoding = default encoding = utf8

> The UTF-8 encoding I use
> below prevented the error but led to the funny &Acirc; character.

Please read the FAQ to discover why this "character" isn't "funny" at
Everything you need to understand what's happening is there.

Michael Beddow
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