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The reverse problem.
Using a tool to create XML from strings
- A tree-based editor like <Oxygen/> or XML Spy
- A WYSIWYG application like OpenOffice Writer or Apple's Keynote that saves its data into XML
- A programming API such as DOM, JDOM, or XOM
The tool automatically escapes any reserved characters like <, >, or &. You do not do this.
Just because something looks like an XML tag does not always mean it is an XML tag. Context matters.