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Post by Peter Dixon on March 16, 2012

Good course.

Formal Structure of XML Document

  • DTD stand for Document Type Description
  • Character Entities can be used as shorthand for symbols
  • XML can use repeated structures to create database records

Formal Structure of XML Document

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:18
    • Lesson Overview
  • XML Prolog 0:46
    • XML Prolog
  • XML Declaration 1:07
    • Format & Version Number
  • Doctype Declaration 1:54
    • Type Matches Root
    • [] = Internal Subset
  • Attribute Declarations 3:02
    • Attribute Declarations Example
  • Entity Declarations 8:34
    • Entity Declarations
  • External DTDs 11:05
    • External DTDs
  • System and Public Identifiers 12:50
    • System Identifier
    • Public Identifier & Formal Public Identifier
  • XML as Database 17:33
    • XML as Database: Root, Record, Fields, and Validation
  • XML Prolog 20:09
    • XML Prolog