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Re: [xml-dev] Converting JSON to XML ... how to deal with controlcharacters present in the JSON?

On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 1:56 PM, Costello, Roger L. <costello@mitre.org> wrote:

Occasionally I have a JSON file that contains a control character which is not allowed in XML.

When converting JSON to XML, how do you deal with control characters in JSON?

Such things probably come from 8-bit but not encoding-aware databases and are garbage to begin with.  XML 1.1 was intended to make this easier to handle at a high level by not inducing a low-level failure, but we all know what happened to that effort on the road paved with (my) good intentions.

So use a little custom code to flush such control characters.  AFAIK, neither JSON renderers nor XML parsers have such options built in.

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