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Hello Monks,

Just being brief here.

When using XMLin to parse my xml file, I received error, 'parser error : xmlParseStartTag: invalid element name',

which it refers to the less than sign: <. I purposely have the sign for a reason. Making up some xml content:

<sample> <begin> You must be < 18. </begin> </sample>

Is there a way to get around this error?

I see XMLout has NoEscape=1, but why not XMLin?

Thanks,
Stryda

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