Monday, June 25, 2007

XML-points

1.xml tags are case sensitive
2.the declaration tag is not an xml element
and it doesnt have a close tag
3.all xml elements must have a close tag..
4,xml attributes' values must be quoted
5.
In Windows applications, a new line is normally stored as a pair of characters: carriage return (CR) and line feed (LF). The character pair bears some resemblance to the typewriter actions of setting a new line. In Unix applications, a new line is normally stored as a LF character. Macintosh applications use only a CR character to store a new line.

With XML, a new line is always stored as LF.
With XML, CR / LF is Converted to LF

XML Elements Must be Properly Nested

XML Documents Must Have a Root Element

With XML, White Space is Preserved

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