In message <37F4E501.5A1E89CC@ispchannel.com>
"Mark E. Davis" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It is still not a problem. XML requires every instance of '<' where it
> could be interpreted as the start of a tag to be quoted as "<", so if
> you wanted to use the combining character sequence it would have to be as
> "≮". (actually, the second character doesn't need to be quoted
> if the character set can express it).
What I meant was that it might be supplied in form C, but the user-agent
might be decomposing everything on input internally, causing a problem.
On your last point; surely you couldn't say <<U+0338>, because that would
be a semicolon with a slash through it in the source, no? It _would_ have
to be ≮. Or are we again searching only for base characters in
the source, ignoring combining marks?
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