> >It's disturbing to think that people may use more than one charset in an
> >HTML document.
> You can't. A given entity must all be in a single encoding of
> the document character set.
Gavin is incorrect. Since it is clear here that it is the entity's
storage object being referred to, the encoding of the storage object has
no necessary relationship to the document character set. Furthermore,
the encoding of the entity as processed by an HTML parse also has no
necessary relationship to the document character set. For all intents
and purposes, the document character set is only useful in HTML for
determining how to interpret numeric character references.
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