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- From: Andreas Berg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: 14 Jan 99 13:08:22 MET
I just did some DOM programming with IBM's XML4J. I experienced that if there
is a general entity in the XML document the parser doesn't expand it and
instead just provides an EntityReference node. The DOM standard says the
parser "may" expand entities. I wondered what is the sense of not expanding?
How do other parsers handle this?
BTW, why is there a difference between general entities and parameter
To my (very naive) understanding entities are a kind of text replacement and
should be handled transparently.
Could please someone help me understand???
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