[jdom-interest] Automatic encoding
GB/DEV - Philip Nelson
philip.nelson at omniresources.com
Fri Mar 9 13:23:51 PST 2001
Scroll down to the bottom of the XML spec at www.w3c.org. In the appendix
you will find a section on characters that outline the whole list of
characters and their related hex number within the Unicode spec.
> I'm fairly new to JDom so please forgive me if this is obvious.
> I've been experimenting with JDom, trying to see the limits of what is
> possible before if chokes or breaks down in terms of the kinds of data
> that it can hold. Thus far it has held up superbly to anything that I
> threw at it, including binary data meant to simulate valid XML. So my
> question is, what kind of data is illegal? I ask because I
> can see the
> illegalDataException can be thrown, but I don't know what it is for.
> (In reference to the tests that I've been playing with, all I've been
> using is Element.addContent(String). That appears to be the
> only valid
> method for what I'm doing)
> Cem Karan
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