jhunter at servlets.com
Wed Feb 13 11:08:05 PST 2002
Since setText() takes as a literal whatever you pass, write the
character as its unicode value. That's \uxxxx where xxxx is the hex for
160. I think that'll probably work. If not, you'll have to
additionally modify the outputter a little to write   in response
to that character. Look at the code that escapes character entities.
We're working on a general-purpose solution to that.
Borries Ludwig wrote:
> am using JDOM to create HTML-pages. I want to fill up the entry of a
> list-box in html with blanks, so that all lines are outlined to the right.
> I cannot use " " because the browser ignores that (or is there a way ?). So
> I tried and  , but JDOM (anElement.setText()) replaces & with an
> Help is very welcome.
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