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  • Subject: Transforming ™ to ™
  • From: "Sanjay Goel" <sanjay.goel@gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 19:28:03 +0530
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I am new to this list. I have an xml which I transforming to an html. I want the trademark symbol in the output html. More specifically, I need &trade; in the final html.
Now, I see that if I put &amp; in the xml, I get &amp; in the output html. However, if I put &#x2122; or if I define a entity, the output in html is . So this html gets displayed differently on different browsers. I need &trade; or &#x2122; in the final html so that the browsers read it correctly.

I tried creating entity defination as <!ENTITY trade "&#x0026;#x2122;"> but that gives the same output.
Also, I cannot use <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"> kind of hack.

How do you people put special characters like these in xml?



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