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How can I replace the '<=' in below xml snipet with its hexidecimal equivilent? Syntax must be compatible within xml stream. Im running a Reg Gate db script and I believe that the < is not being translated correctly on Chinese OS.

IF (@IsPortfolioDatabase = 1 AND @ReleaseVersion  <= @TargetVersion)

I tried 0x3c;= but doesnt work.
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sry I meant Red Gate db script
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&lt; is the "entitized" version of the less-than sign <

This statement, when the entities are not present, would be like this:
IF (@IsPortfolioDatabase = 1 AND @ReleaseVersion  <= @TargetVersion)

The XML and HTML entities are discussed in detail here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_XML_and_HTML_character_entity_references
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It turns out that the &lt; is recongined correctly on chinese OS so that was not my problem but thanks for the wiki link. Should come in handy latter.
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