Entities in Attribute Values

len bullard cbullard at hiwaay.net
Sat Jun 14 03:01:22 BST 1997

David Schach wrote:
> The use of the & as the CGI separator character is a well established
> convention and unlikely to change.  It will continue whether we support
> it or not.

The use of the & character is a well established convention and 
was before the query URL designers made their mistake.  It will 
continue to be so.  Impasse.

It happens in all cases of failure to RTFM.  The question now 
is what to do about it.  Since as Arjun has shown, it is a 
documented mistake, now is the time to fix that.

len bullard

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