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Escape sequences in XML

Posted on 2004-08-19
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Hi, i have this node

<answer text="c. 2+2\<4."></answer>

i need to use the mathematical notation for less than - how to I do this?

ta.
blu.
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<answer text="c. 2+2 &lt; 4."></answer>
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you're a star, ta

ps. does \ not work in xml?
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nope. thats a javascript/c/c++ escape method.
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