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At 3:49 PM +1100 11/11/03, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
>So the argument against literal C0 characters is that inband control
>are transmission artifacts that have no place literally in data. Use
>to get the character but escape the control semantic.
There's also the argument that C0 controls may accidentally control
something. There are still a few old printers here and there that
will break a page on a form feed. There might even be some gateways
that use the C0's for other purposes.
Elliotte Rusty Harold
Effective XML (Addison-Wesley, 2003)