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I have just started on xml.I am using the beginning xml 3rd edition book.
 I have got stuck right in the first chapter.In the exercise question no 2 we have been told to create a french document type to represent a name.
 name in french would be identite, but the second e has got an " ' " on top of it.I dont know how to type this " ' " on top of the e.(like in resume)
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Well how to type that depends on your editor. Or you can copy the characters to a snippet of text and paste them in when required. Or use capitals, then you don't needs diacritical marks :)

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