XML – Building DTDs and Checking Documents (3)

Posted: February 11, 2010 in eLearning

XML
Building DTDs and Checking Documents

What have I learnt?
  1. How to write element sequences and choices, how to use element occurrence indicators, how to combine sequences and choices, how to create an empty element, and how to create an unrestricted element
  2. How to create an attribute declaration, how to use the different types of attributes, and how to use attribute keywords
  3. How to develop a DTD, The an element, how to avoid presentation markup, and how to structure the elements for your DTD
  4. How to make elements optional or required, how to determine when to assign attributes to elements, and how to declare and fill in terminal elements
  5. How to use parameter entities in other DTD declarations, and how to write a DTD fragment that declares and references a set of character entity declarations contained in an external file
  6. How to check an XML document for well-formedness, how to check an XML document for validity, and how to use error messages to correct problematic XML
-Paul
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