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- From: David Brownell <db@Eng.Sun.COM>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Fri, 19 Feb 1999 12:55:17 -0800
> Ok, I'm confused about a conditional section issue that some of my
> colleagues were discussing...
> Once you see a conditional ignore section, can you effectively just scan
> for <![ and ]]> parts of the text inside there without actually doing
> regular parsing? Is there a reason that this cannot be done?
I'd say you MUST do this.
Consider this sort of structure, which I found in a version of
the XML Docbook DTD:
<![ %TOGGLE1; [
<!ENTITY % something "contents">
<![ %TOGGLE2; [
<!ELEMENT %something; ANY>
That is, if you tried to parse the contents of the second conditional
section and something like the first one hadn't been parsed, you would
be in undeserved trouble.
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