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David Carlisle scripsit:
> It is unnatural to
> allow #85 as white space in XML as (currently at least) it isn't as far
> as I know an end of line character in any ascii/unicode based system.
It is. ASCII text files on a mainframe use #x85 (encoded as 85)
as the line-end character.
> At least NEL was flagged as being considered in the original
> requirements doc and is a single byte in utf8.
Two bytes in UTF-8; one byte in 8859-x.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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