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How to display "\n" in xml file?

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Hi, I have a really simple question :
How to display return character "\n" inside xml file ? I use Apache/Tomcat/Cocoon as my server.
Thanks in advance
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I'm not so sure what do you mean by displaying the return character, "\n".
If you try to print the back-slash and a letter "n", you can type "\n". If you want to display the return (newline) character, visually, I believe there is no character representation for newline character because it is invisible.
If you want to display a paragraphy with multiple line (human reader has to assume there is a newline at the end of each line), you can display it with CDATA
This is my example:
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