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> 3. Other line separator characters can be inserted into an XML document
> (without getting normalized) by using character entity references.
> For example, ordinarily \r would be normalized to \n.
> If you want a \r in your XML document then use
yes except they are character references not character entity references
(they're not entities, which makes a difference when interpreting some
edge cases against the rules for entities)
Of course the
might still be normalised (to a space, #x20)
if it is in an attribute, attribute value normaltion is a different
beast, and happens after parsing, unlike eol normalisation which happens
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