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tariq abdur-rahim wrote:
> file and have it displayed as parsed data as opposed to it trying to perform
> a function?
Yes. In fact, that's the default behaviour: data in
an XML document doesn't _do_ anything on its own
until some process interprets it.
Also, you may find the <![CDATA[ ... ]]> construct helpful.
Inside a CDATA section, you don't have to escape &, <, or >,
so you can basically copy-and-paste whatever you want
as long as it doesn't contain the closing delimiter "]]>".
Quoting <URL: http://www.flightlab.com/~joe/sgml/faq-not.txt>,
section 3, question 2:
| A. Easy! Just write:
| ... make sure it doesn't contain the sequence "]]>"...
This is the first time I've ever heard anyone ask that question
who was expecting that answer though...