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2004-10-07T01:55:58+03:00 Robert Koberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I need to output several versions of a page (through XSL
> transformations), one of which is us-ascii (for email). But, the content
> might contain some characters that are not supported by us-ascii (like
> em dash - —).
> I want the character entities to remain in the content. When
> transforming to us-ascii, I want to replace the entities with some ascii
> text equivalent: For example, '—' would get converted to '--'.
By the way, using — for em dashes is a bad practice. Use —
instead. For more information see Tex Texin's article at
Alexander Savenkov http://www.xmlhack.ru/