I’m not entirely sure why these outputs utilize the numeric encoding for ö
[foo](/föö "föö") <p><a href="/f%C3%B6%C3%B6" title="föö">foo</a></p>
(319 is similar)
Just confused how a parser is supposed to know what to do when, as it seems this is the only place that the entity name is replaced with the hex version, while every other place it replaces with the unicode codepoint (excepting HTML and codespans/blocks)
And if replacing entities with hex references in links is mandatory, is there a similar list with the hex values for entities like the one given for all entities with codepoints etc.