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Question on escapeXml attribute in c:out

Sangeetha Raja
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Joined: Dec 18, 2008
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In JSTL spec I could find the descrition for escapeXml of <c: out>



Deterrmines whether characters <,>,&,’,” in the
resulting string should be converted to their
corresponding character entity codes. Default value is
true


What is Convertion of character entity code? what would happen if the conversion didnt occur? Can anyone of you give more detail on this?
Bauke Scholtz
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Sangeetha Raja
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Thanks it helps
 
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