a small question on xml

Jack Bolles jbolles at homeaccount.com
Tue Sep 22 15:51:59 BST 1998

You have a lot of help on the second expression, so I'll give an answer to the first expresion. You can use either a single quote ' or a double quote " to encapsulate text. But if you want to encapsulate a quote (single or double) it must be encaspulated by its opposite. In other words, rewrite the first expression as either:

        <someexpression original-from="(relation 5 'abc')">
        <someexpression original-from='(relation 5 "abc")'>

Jack Bolles
Software Engineer - UI Designer
Home Account Networks

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