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On 27/06/2012 05:50, lbrt chx _ gemale wrote:
> I have an URL in an XML file that looks like this:
> ~
> ...
> <Location></Location>
> ...
> ~
> ~
> is telling me the document itself is valid, but the SAX parser is splitting the value at every "&"

Really? It is telling /me/:

> The reference to entity "flrdr" must end with the ';' delimiter.

and rightly so.
It's implying, as can be checked too, that the document is not even
well-formed. Says nothing about validity, which cannot be checked unless
the document is well-formed.

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