What does unicode character 

HtmlXmlUnicodeCharacter Encoding

Html Problem Overview

The unicode is 
 and it's being used in an XML document.

Html Solutions

Solution 1 - Html

Check the chart: unicodelookup.com

It is the Line Feed character.

Solution 2 - Html

It's the ASCII character LF, Line Feed.

Some systems (e.g. Windows) use the combination CR+LF, 
, for line break, some systems (e.g. Linux) use only LF as line break, some systems (e.g. Macintosh) use only CR as line break.

So, only a LF character in an XML value would be a line break from a Linux system (or similar).

Solution 3 - Html

There are some great lookup tools on the Web:

Solution 4 - Html

It's the newline character.


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