TAILIEUCHUNG - XML Step by Step- P26

XML Step by Step- P26:Extensible Markup Language, or XML, is currently the most promising language for storing and exchanging information on the World Wide Web. Although Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is presently the most common language used to create Web pages, HTML has a limited capacity for storing information. In contrast, because XML allows you to create your own elements, attributes, and document structure, you can use it to describe virtually any kind of information from a simple recipe to a complex database | Index 473 internal defined 133-135 naming 135 overview 131 132-133 parameter defined 133-135 parameter external parsed as available type of entity 137 declaring 145-147 example 146-147 naming 145 referencing 148 150 specifying system literal 145 specifying URL 145 syntax 145 when to use 146 parsed defined 133-135 as quoted strings 132 referencing 148-153 types of 133-135 general vs. parameter 133-135 internal vs. external 133-135 parsed vs. unparsed 133-135 141 unparsed defined 133-135 uses for 132-133 entities DocumentType property 391 ENTITIES type attribute 113 133-135 140 388 390 Entity node 361 391 entity references illustrated 55 inserting 148-153 predefined 156-157 ENTITY type attribute 112-113 135 140 390-391 enumerated type attributes 110 114-116 EOF DSO reCOrdset property 325 equations mathematical 6 errors XML catching in Internet Explorer 31-33 events defined 302 extensible defined 7 Extensible Forms Description Language XFDL 17 Extensible Markup Language. See XML Extensible Markup Language Extensible Stylesheet Language. See XSLT Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations external DTD subsets 120-125 147-149 external defined 133-135 general parsed as availlable type of entity 134 declaring 138-139 example 138-139 naming 138 referencing 148-153 149 specifying system literal 138 specifying URL 138 syntax 138 general unparsed as available type of entity 134 declaring 139-141 examples 142 152-153 Inventory Entity example 388-392 naming 139 referencing 148 150 specifying notation 141 specifying system literal 139 392 syntax 139 parameter parsed as available type of entity 134 declaring 145-147 example 146-147 naming 145 referencing 148 150 specifying system literal 145 specifying URL 145 syntax 145 when to use 146 parsed vs. unparsed 133-135 141 F Federal Express 18 filtering XML data referencing attributes in 451 using XSLT style sheets 440-445 example 447-448 450-452 example 448-449 450-451 example 452 .

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