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XML Demystified

XML Demystified

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  • Page 4 and 5: XML DEMYSTIFIED JIM KEOGH & KEN DAV
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  • Page 12 and 13: x XML Demystifi ed CHAPTER 3 Docume
  • Page 14 and 15: xii Looking Ahead 118 Quiz 118 CHAP
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  • Page 18 and 19: xvi • Insert data into an XML doc
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  • Page 38 and 39: 18 Identifying Information XML Demy
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    32 7. All XML markup tags must have

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    34 Types of Document Type Definitio

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    36 XML Demystifi ed Let’s convert

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    38 XML Demystifi ed document—they

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    40 XML Demystifi ed NJ 07665 555-

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    42 XML Demystifi ed XML developers

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    44 XML Demystifi ed If you replace

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    46 Attribute Declarations XML Demys

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    48 XML Demystifi ed An external DTD

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    52 Inside an XML Schema XML Demysti

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    54 XML Demystifi ed Next you must r

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    56 XML Demystifi ed You reference a

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    58 XML Demystifi ed Here’s how to

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    60 XML Demystifi ed simpleType, alt

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    62 Working with Whitespace Characte

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    64 XML Demystifi ed in the next exa

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    66 XML Demystifi ed Number of Occur

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    68 XML Demystifi ed c. Specifies th

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    70 An Inside Look at XLink XML Demy

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    72 XML Demystifi ed replace The lin

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    74 Here’s a typical Location Path

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    76 Axis Description child Contains

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    78 XML Demystifi ed For example, yo

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    80 XPointer XML Demystifi ed Number

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    82 5. onRequest is similar to XML D

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    84 What Is XSLT? XML Demystifi ed E

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    86 XML Demystifi ed You’re ready

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    88 XML Demystifi ed Style instructi

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    90 XML Demystifi ed The element d

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    92 XML Demystifi ed You really want

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    94 XML Demystifi ed c. For each cus

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    96 Parsing an XML Document XML Demy

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    98 XML Demystifi ed The Content Han

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    100 XML Demystifi ed Notice the XML

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    102 XML Demystifi ed The customer e

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    104 XML Demystifi ed The getPreviou

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    106 XML Demystifi ed The Java trans

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    110 XML Demystifi ed What Is Really

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    112 XML Demystifi ed Each channel c

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    114 XML Demystifi ed language code

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    116 XML Demystifi ed It’s import

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    118 Looking Ahead XML Demystifi ed

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    120 XML Demystifi ed 9. The link el

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    122 Getting Started XML Demystifi e

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    124 XML Demystifi ed Next, you’ll

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    126 How XQuery Works XML Demystifi

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    128 XML Demystifi ed Next is the me

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    130 XML Demystifi ed Let’s walk t

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    132 XML Demystifi ed The if…then

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    134 XML Demystifi ed Figure 9-3 Her

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    136 Retrieving the Value of an Attr

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    138 XML Demystifi ed 602498678299

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    140 Bob Dylan The Times They Are A

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    142 XML Demystifi ed The function d

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    144 8811160227 Jimi Hendrix Are Y

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    146 XML Demystifi ed The for and le

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    150 XML Demystifi ed However, acces

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    152 XML Demystifi ed You’ll notic

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    154 XML Demystifi ed document.all("

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    156 { var xslProcessor; var xslTemp

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    158 CD Listing UPC Artist Title

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    160 XML Demystifi ed accessed from

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    162 XML Demystifi ed in the browser

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    164 XML Demystifi ed The second lin

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    166 The InsertLast() Method XML Dem

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    168 Sony 1990-10-25 Phish Live Ph

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    170 Phish Live Phish, Vol. 15 26.9

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    172 XML Demystifi ed before that. T

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    174 XML Demystifi ed value="Live Ph

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    176 Rush Rush in Rio 13.98 Atlanti

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    178 XML Demystifi ed return; } var

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    180 The DeleteNodes() Function XML

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    182 XML Demystifi ed functions that

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    184 XML Demystifi ed The DOMDocumen

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    186 CD Listing Summary XML Demystif

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    188 XML Demystifi ed 7. The appendC

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    190 XML Demystifi ed 4. What does t

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    192 XML Demystifi ed 17. What does

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    194 XML Demystifi ed c. use=“requ

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    196 XML Demystifi ed 42. xlink:show

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    198 55. What is returned by round(8

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    200 69. An error stops the SAX pars

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    202 83. Which of the following will

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    204 97. Which of the following is a

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    206 Chapter 1 1. b. False 2. d. All

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    208 Chapter 5 XML Demystifi ed 1. a

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    210 Chapter 9 XML Demystifi ed 1. b

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    212 25. c. Specifies the type of da

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    214 87. b. False 88. c. 89. b. E-m

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    216 complex elements, 63-65 See als

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    218 Microsoft’s XML Core Services

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    220 V ValidateDocument( ) function,

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