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		<h1>Open Power Template 2.0</h1>
		<h2>Entities</h2>
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	<div id="content"><dl class="location"><dt><a href="syntax.html">3. Template syntax</a><br/>3.4. Entities</dt><dd class="prev">3.3. XML Prolog and DTD<br/><a href="syntax.prolog.html">&laquo; Previous</a></dd><dd class="next">3.5. Expressions<br/><a href="syntax.expressions.html">Next &raquo;</a></dd></dl>	<h1>3.4. Entities</h1><p>Because OPT contains an XML parser, the entities used in the templates are parsed on the server-side. Only the five special XML characters are converted back to the entities before sending the document to the server: <code>amp</code>, <code>quot</code>, <code>lt</code>, <code>gt</code>, <code>apos</code>. This is usually a good thing. Especially, if you are using UTF-8, you do not have to worry about how the entities are handled, because the browser accepts both the entity strings and the direct character codes.</p>

<p>OPT supports the Unicode entities like <code>&amp;#184;</code> and <code>&amp;#0xB8</code>. The special HTML entities like <code>&amp;nbsp;</code> or <code>&amp;Acute;</code> are parsed only if the configuration option <code>htmlEntities</code> is set to <strong>true</strong>. If the parser encounters an unknown entity, it generates an exception. You can register your own entities in the parser. The default entities added by OPT are <code>&amp;lb;</code> for <code>{</code> and <code>&amp;rb;</code> for <code>}</code>.</p>

<p>If you need to display an entity in the output document, you may use the function <code>entity()</code>.</p>
<h4>See also:</h4><ul><li><a href="syntax.functions.entity.html">3.6.13. entity()</a></li></ul><dl class="location location-bottom"><dt>3.4. Entities<br/><a href="syntax.html">3. Template syntax</a></dt><dd class="prev"><a href="syntax.prolog.html">&laquo; Previous</a><br/>3.3. XML Prolog and DTD</dd><dd class="next"><a href="syntax.expressions.html">Next &raquo;</a><br/>3.5. Expressions</dd></dl>		</div>
	
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