Brendan Murray/DUB/Lotus wrote:
> I know that XML explicitly excludes surrogates.
XML, like any conformant Unicode process, excludes *unpaired* surrogates.
Surrogate-pair characters may be used, though not in XML names, only
in character data. They may appear as themselves or using character
references of the form "𝀀".
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