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   Re: [xml-dev] The use of XML syntax in XML Query

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On Thu, 3 Jan 2002, David Carlisle wrote:

> yes but if one writes an Xpath using logical unicode characters (as one
> is expected to do) and this Xpath is then written out using an XML tool
> to a file, then the application will write it out in any way that is
> compatible with an XML parser. This may or may not use character
> references and a file encoding. If the Xpath is going to be parsed by an
> XML system the author needn't know or care. In the case of XSLT the
> author has no control, even if (s)he does care.

 Does that mean you're allowed to write XQuery queries containing C0
 control characters?


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