XML and Objects

Bill la Forge b.laforge at jxml.com
Mon Sep 28 14:20:50 BST 1998

> > 1) A DTD describes a document which contains content specified by a
> > URL, a local file name, or inline. Documents created using this DTD
> > are assembled and transported across a network. How do you include
> > the content? The 2 ways we have discussed are:
> > 
> >     * Inline using Base64 encoding in a CDATA section
>I don't think that you need a CDATA section with Base64 (can someone
>confirm that Base64 excludes '<' and '&'?).

I've used Base64 extensively in coins version 0. It excludes < and &.
It includes only A-Z, a-z, 0-9, +, /.


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