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Why use HTML entities instead of just putting Unicode characters in HTML?
Let's say I want to put a non-bland character in an HTML file; for instance, '→'. Is there any reason why I should enter it as '→' instead of just putting '→' in the HTML file? Assume my HTML ...
Aug 19 '10 at 21:20
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