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- From: David Brownell <db@Eng.Sun.COM>
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- Date: Sun, 08 Nov 1998 15:14:33 -0800
"Mark D. Anderson" wrote:
> nor what happens when the value is actually kept in a vCard "VALUE" parameter,
> nor what they do with "<" or "&" in a vCard value or parameter.
So what's the issue here? Dave Winer mentioned a similar issue
that forced him to encode some text in "base64" ...
Are XML-emitting tools just being incorrect? "<" in text should
always be encoded as "<" (it'll be un-encoded during parsing),
and "&" as "&" (ditto).
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