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Hi everybody,

How do I create a blank space in XSLT? I used #160; before and it worked.
When I use .NET this produces a question mark. I have tried
#x20; and it does not produce a ? but does not create a space.

I coded this: <td>Job Info #x20; <img src="mysc> </img></td>.
I am not getting a space between 'Job Info' and th image.
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Give a try to <xsl:text> </xsl:text>

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This works fine for me:

<xsl:text>#160;#160;#160;#160;</xsl:text>

Inserts 4 space characters.

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