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Re: [xsl] CDATA required for javascript????

From: David Carlisle <davidc@--------->
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Date: 12/6/2001 5:38:00 AM
> in CDATA,
> but also found that javascript also worked without
> CDATA.  

CDATA _only_ affects < and & so if your javascript happens not to
contain those characters then CDATA is not doing anything.
If your javascript does contain < then either you need CDATA and write
it as < or you don't use CDATA and write it as &lt; It's just a matter
of personal choice.

David

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