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    Nice one!


    One of the most useful articles I've read here in a long time--well dome!
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    XML basics


    This is a well written and very clear explanation of the construction and use of DTD's, probably the best I've seen. It has good, clear examples, with solutions worked for each one, and the length of the article is about right for easy learning.

    Good work!
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    Neat


    Hi,

    I am new to XML. Still, I enjoyed this article very much. Author explained details very well.

    Thank you.

    Harish.
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    I can see clearly now...


    Thanks for that, tis made it all so much clearer!
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    stupid < and &


    I would like to do:

    <db>
    <row>
    <link>http://www.someserver.com/index.php?var=val&var2=val2</link>
    </row>
    </db>

    The XML file gives an error on the "&" what is the work arround?

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    The Fundamentals of DTD Design


    The Fundamentals of DTD Design

    September 27, 2001 - Ever tried to read a DTD, and failed miserably? Ever wondered what all those symbols and weird language constructs meant? Well, fear not - this crash course will get you up to speed with the basics of DTD design in a hurry.

    Please discuss this article in this thread. You can read the article here .

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