Encoding detection again ...

David Brownell db at Eng.Sun.COM
Wed Mar 3 21:38:27 GMT 1999

"Richard L. Goerwitz" wrote:
> David Brownell wrote:
> > And more to the point, XML processors aren't required
> > to report such low level character encoding errors ...
> > this would be one.
> On the face of things, this doesn't make sense.

For example, character encodings are typically handled
many layers below the XML processor.  That processor
shouldn't be faulted for behaviors of the underlying

- Dave

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