Uttered "Paul W. Frields" <stickster gmail com>, spake thus: > I'll come right out and admit my first thought was to say "uh, erm, > *mumble*, duh...", but instead I gamely took this the way it was > undoubtedly intended, as an opportunity to rise to the occasion. And > judging by how fast I did this, it's either (1) the obvious solution to > this problem *and* world peace; (2) not as hard as it sounds; or (3) > evidence I am FLAT-OUT ROCKING. (I was holding out for (3) but my wife > is giving me funny looks, so I'm down to hoping for one of the other > two.) "Take the pebble from my hand, Grasshopper." "Time for you to go." Ultra-cool solution. I just learned something, too. We can use my entities DTD/XSL to maintain the entities in a centralized location and keep their translation process intact. Nothing wrong with using entities, per se, it's just that we didn't have a good way for selecting the proper set based on the locale setting. Now, keeping in mind your just-established world land speed record, for extra credit: Can you build a CATALOG so that one need not have Internet access to use this technique? Good work: it reminds me of me. Cheers!
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