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to determine how to convert the output into a format compatible with the content type. Typically, this means translating certain characters into escape codes (for example, in HTML, convert '<' to '<'.
Implementations should be stateless and thread safe.
writerthe write to which converted content should be output
dataa character array containing the characters to be output
offsetthe offset within the array to begin output
lengththe number of characters to output
escapeQuotesif true, the value is being rendered as an attribute value and double quotes within the value should be escaped. If false, then then double quotes may pass through unchanged.