Is there an elegant way to determine the original encoding of some XML? I could parse the first line for the "encoding=", but I wonder if there is another way to go about this which is more elegant. Something like
In Dom4J (the XML parser of my choice), you'd simply do
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subject: How to determine the encoding of an XML string?