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- From: "Florin Popescu" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 25 Aug 1999 15:57:37 +0200
I have the following scenario:
I have in a database field some C code:
>From this database I create an XML export file.
My first question: Do I have to escape all CR in order to keep the
or I can live those " " out?
I use jclark EXPAT to parse back in the database the XML file after I edit
If I do not use the parser will return all the lines in one long
string skipping all the CR-s. In my opinion
this should be correct according with WC3 specifications (ignore al CR,LF,
tabs and trailing spaces) (????).
But the problem comes when I use TABS. The parser stops returning "9" (via
dataHandler()) in both situations:
1. Normal tab (9)
2. Escaped tab (	)
is the same like
Is this a BUG? I was expecting that the parser will ignore the normal TAB
and will return "9" only in the escaped situation, in the same way like it
Pls. let me know where I am wrong or if this is a known bug.
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