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20 ¤ Position your cursor after the XML data element to which you want to add the repeating elements. ■ In this example, the repeating elements to be added (the ingredient elements) are contained by the ingredient_list element, which itself is contained by the root element jamcracker_product_info. CREATING A REAL-LIFE XML FILE 2 XML parsers ignore white space between tag declarations, so developers can arrange tags however they like. For easy readability, a good development practice to follow is to indent nested tags.

External parameter entities. Referenced from inside a DTD document; substitute text is defined inside some external file. ‹ Type in the entity reference. ■ In this example, the entity referenced is the apostrophe, which you declare using '. › Type in any remaining text. ■ The XML parser will interpret the text of this value as The Int’l Pancake House at runtime. ˇ Save the file. 27 XML INCLUDE SPECIAL PROCESSING INSTRUCTIONS Y ou can pass application-specific instructions from an XML document to an XML processor using a construct called a processing instruction.

Non-root data elements, which you use to define the bulk of your XML data, are the “meat” of your XML document. I containerElement is the name of a data element that contains one or more additional data elements. containedElement (optional) is the name of a data element that is contained by another data element. Here is the syntax for declaring non-root data elements: attributeInfo (optional) is a string of attributevalue pairs that specify the attributes associated with a given data element. [ ] No white space can appear inside tags.

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