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Elliotte Rusty Harold wrote:
> Interesting idea and a neat hack. If I'm reading this write, though, it
> would require writing < in XML as &< and so forth for other
> genuine entity and character references.
Nope, &&; in the UTF-8+names encoding represents a single & character.
< represents nothing but <, since it's not defined to represent
anything else by UTF-8+names. ü represents the single
u-with-umlaut character, because that's inherited from HTML. -Tim