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- From: "Nik O" <email@example.com>
- To: "John Cowan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 12:06:13 -0600
Thanks much for the clarification. Obviously, i need to go back to the
remedial XML syntax class, since i was forgetting to wrap the "<!ENTITY..>"
declarations within a "<!DOCTYPE..".
Unfortunately, i'm being given legacy documents that are "semi-well-formed"
XML. My indexer program does have an input file list, so i'll just ensure
that the "<!DOCTYPE.." and "<!ENTITY..>" declarations and the root element
start-tag are included in the first input file, and the root element end-tag
is the last input file, with the untranslated content file(s) in between
these wrapper files.
I suppose an external DTD would be the preferred alternative, but i'm trying
to avoid DTDs, for now (or at least until i pass that remedial class).
-Nik O, Content Mgmt Solutions, Jackson, Wyo.
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