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Is it a well-formedness error to use a character not in theencoding specified by the XML declaration?

Hi Folks,

Consider this simple XML document. The XML declaration specifies an encoding of US-ASCII. The document contains an  ligature, which is not a US-ASCII character:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="US-ASCII"?>
<Family-Name>Lecur</Family-Name>

Should I get an error when I check this document for well-formedness? I checked and didn't get an error. I was surprised, as I thought that this would be a well-formedness error.

/Roger


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