The ISML function
stringToHtml() returns the result of a string expression after converting any special characters, such as
& into their appropriate HTML encoding sequences. For details see Encoding Expression Results.
This example shows that although the automatic encoding of <ISPRINT>has been disabled by setting encoding to off, you can encode the result of an expression by explicit use of the function
<ISPRINT value = "#stringToHtml('<<<')#" encoding = "off"> // returned string: "<<<"
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