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- From: KAZUMI Saito <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2000 20:05:48 +0900
In message "Re: internal DTD subset production",
Thierry Bezecourt wrote...
>At 19:06 06/09/2000 +0900, KAZUMI Saito wrote:
>This name is not part of the DTD, where DTD stands for "document type
>*definition*", but it is a part of the document type *declaration*. It is
>specific to your XML document, because several XML documents may refer to
>the same DTD and have different root element types (as long as they are
>declared somewhere in the DTD).
My question is solved, thank you.
>The DOM spec says: "Note: The actual content returned depends on how much
>information is available to the implementation. This may vary depending on
>various parameters, including the XML processor used to build the document."
Of cource I have read this but I thought, this note says such as the parser
A processes element declaration but not processes entity declaration, another
parser B processes both of them.
>So I am afraid you need to check what your DOM processor documentation
>says, or simply to try it out on an existing document and see what it
My apprehension is difference between implementations, internalSubset
includes "<!DOCTYPE" or not. But the apprehension proved unnecessary.
KAZUMI Saito FUJITSU Laboratories Ltd.