How to use JavaScript greater than, less than and ampersand symbols in vxml var expr declaration

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How to use JavaScript greater than, less than and ampersand symbols in vxml var expr declaration



Problem Summary Not able to use greater than, less than and ampersand symbols in vxml
Error Message VXML Parsing failure error message or improper vxml execution results.
Possible Cause Greater than, less than and ampersand symbols not declared properly
Recommended Action Many JavaScript operators (<, >, &, &&) have special significance in XML, thus their equivalent entities must be used in expressions and conditions. For example operators and their corresponding entities are:

< &(ampersand)lt;

> &(ampersand)gt;

& &(ampersand)amp;

" &(ampersand)quot;

remove the 'ampersand' while using the same.

Release Release 8.0(1)
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