At 2004-05-31 14:32 -0700, Juan Chu Chow wrote:
>Thanks for your reply. I'll try to paste the offending contents:
My mailer is only seeing question marks. Do you have the Unicode code
points for those three offending letters?
>I find it a bit strange that those 3 characters would not be supported in
>the element name. They are basic
>characters whose meaning is the "Japanese language".
And would be accommodated in XML 1.1, but in XML 1.0 there are limitations
on those Unicode code points that are allowed to be in names.
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