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XSL: Mask special characters when calling Java method

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<xsl:variable name="regex" select="^CI.*pdf$"></xsl:variable>

String '^CI.*pdf$' leads to invalid char message from Stylus Studio XSLT engine. How to mask?
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Geert Bormans earned 500 total points
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Hi go4java,
> <xsl:variable name="regex" select="^CI.*pdf$"></xsl:variable>

I assume you want this to be a string, not an XPath expression
try adding single quotes around it
<xsl:variable name="regex" select="'^CI.*pdf$'"></xsl:variable>


Cheers!
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