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Why the singleword is breaking in the end of line using xsl-formatter?

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  • Veera Raghavan B
    Dear all, Why the singleword is breaking in the end of line using xsl-formatter, but while using FOP it is not doing so. I have attached reference pdf s
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      Dear all,

      Why the singleword is breaking in the end of line using xsl-formatter,
      but while using FOP it is not doing so.
      I have attached reference pdf's created using FOP and Formatter.

      Please suggest some solution.

      thanks
      Veera.


      FO-code for both the Cases:
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