From: Jain, Pankaj (MED, TCS) (Pankaj.Jain@med.ge.com)
Date: Tue Mar 11 2003 - 14:26:30 EST
thanks, its working for me now.
But still I have a doubt that why \uFFE2\uFF80\uFF93 is giving ndash in
if you have any information on this, than pls let me know.
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Sent: Monday, March 10, 2003 7:59 PM
To: Jain, Pankaj (MED, TCS)
Subject: Re: Unicode character transformation through XSLT
Pankaj Jain wrote,
> My problem is that, I am getting Unicode character(\uFFE2\uFF80\uFF93)
> from resource bundle property file which is equivalent to ndash(-) and
U+2013 is the ndash (aEUR"). It is represented in UTF-8 by three
hex bytes: E2 80 93.
But, \uFFE2 is fullwidth pound sign
\uFF80 is half width katakana letter ta
and \uff93 is half width katakana letter mo.
Perhaps the reason you see three question marks is that the font
you are using doesn't support full width and half width characters.
What happens if you replace your string \uFFE2\uFF80\uFF93 with
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