Essential XML Quick Reference - A Programmer- Reference to by Aaron Skonnard, Martin Gudgin

By Aaron Skonnard, Martin Gudgin

This booklet is for a person operating with latest mainstream XML applied sciences. It used to be particularly designed to function a convenient yet thorough speedy reference that solutions the most typical XML-related technical questions. It is going past the conventional pocket reference layout through supplying whole assurance of every subject besides lots of significant examples. each one bankruptcy offers a short creation, that's through the special reference details. This procedure assumes the reader has a uncomplicated realizing of the given subject. The exact define (at the beginning), index (in the back), bleeding tabs (along the side), and the web page headers/footers have been designed to assist readers speedy locate solutions to their questions.

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Note that although the syntax for external entities only shows using a system identifier, public identifiers may also be used as shown in Figure 2–2. ENTITY name SYSTEM "systemId" NDATA nname> Unparsed The previous syntax is for declaring entities. Once an entity has been declared, it can be used in either the DTD (parameter) or the XML document (general) through an entity reference. ENTITY % name "value"> Description Internal parameter entities are used to parameterize portions of the DTD (for example, other declarations) or they can contain one or more complete declarations.

Nor is it allowed between the start processing instruction character sequence 4 White 1598 Whitespace used in various places in an XML document: between the tagname, namespace declaration, attribute, and closing greater-than character on the toplevel element start tag, between each element, in the character content of the seats and colour elements, between the tagname and the /> sequence of the petrol element, between the tagname and the closing greater-than character of the end tag for the engine element and the top-level element.

1998, 2000. book Page 15 Monday, October 1, 2001 8:57 AM Chapter 2 DTD Document Type Definitions Document type definitions (DTDs) serve two general purposes. They provide the syntax for describing/constraining the logical structure of a document, and composing a logical document from physical entities. Element/attribute declarations are used to deal with the former, and entity/notation declarations are used to accomplish the latter. 1 Introduction to DTDs DTDs contain several types of declarations including DOCTYPE, ENTITY, NOTATION, ELEMENT, and ATTLIST.

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