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Subject: Re: Convertin extended ascii characters to character entities
From: Deke Smith <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 25 Sep 1998 08:25:21 -0500

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Marcus Carr, [log in to unmask] said on 9/24/98 9:57 PM:

>Paul Yachnes wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a good utility, text editor, or Word macro for
>> automatically converting all the reserved characters and extended ascii
>> characters in an xml document to character entities? Any information on
>> this would be greatly appreciated.
>I have a small (>1/2 meg), self contained OmniMark application (ansi2ent)
>that will do this on a PC - if anyone wants a copy, mail me directly and
>I'll send it to you. I just put the software together - the code was
>written by OmniMark and has been available for some years.
>Also freely available (though I haven't bothered configuring), dos2ent,
>ent2ansi, ent2dos, ent2lat1, ent2mac, ent2mrtf (Mac RTF), ent2wrtf (Windows
>RTF), lat12ent, mac2ent, mrtf2ent and wrtf2ent. All very handy for those
>translations we love to hate.


Thanks for the offer. I would like to sample a copy of the application(s)
you mentioned.


Deke Smith
Tallent Communications Group, Brentwood TN
[log in to unmask], 615-661-9878
" The best way to predict the future is to invent it. "
       - Alan Kay

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