papresco at technologist.com
Sat Apr 18 16:37:16 BST 1998
The ^ symbol means exclude characters in this set. So [^"] means
anything other than a ".
> Is this a valid attribute:
> <EATERY Name='Sam^'s Bagel-O-Rama'/>
No. The ^ is not an escape character. It has no special meaning in XML
documents *at all*. It is just used in the notation of the XML
specification itself. Production 10 says that you can't include single
quote chars in attribute values delimited by single quote characters
unless you encode the with entities.
Paul Prescod - http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco
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