XML "markup" formatting question
Thread poster: Christian Schmidt
Nov 21, 2018

Hello,

I noticed that when I have a xml source file with the language "German" which has the starting markup in it:



in the "English" target file it gets converted to this:



Can someone explain to me why this is happening and if there is an option to turn this off?
Am I correct however, if I say that the change actually does not cause any problems? Meaning the "x" is equally valid as 'x'?

Thank you for any help!<
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Hello,

I noticed that when I have a xml source file with the language "German" which has the starting markup in it:



in the "English" target file it gets converted to this:



Can someone explain to me why this is happening and if there is an option to turn this off?
Am I correct however, if I say that the change actually does not cause any problems? Meaning the "x" is equally valid as 'x'?

Thank you for any help!
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Hi Christian Nov 21, 2018

Please edit your post as any images or codes can be seen. If you are posting codes, add redundant spaces somewhere, or post images otherwise.

 

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Yes basically Nov 21, 2018

Read this, for example:


https://www.w3schools.com/xml/xml_attributes.asp


 


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