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> "The ISO 10646 character code (in the range 0 to
> #x10FFFF, though not every value in this range is a
> legal XML character code) of the character."
> So is this property suppose to contain the hex number
> of the character or the character itself.
My intention was to have it contain the number, which is what the term
"character code" means.
> why I'm confused is because XSV always produces either
> the number 10 or 9 for this property, but Xerces-J
> outputs the actual characters for this property.
That sounds broken. However, the Infoset is an abstract specification of
what you get from a parser; it is not an API.
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