What Does An XML Document Actually Look Like (inside)

What Does An XML Document Actually Look Like (inside)


  • 12 Jan, 2012

    The basic structure of XML is similar to other applications of SGML, including HTML. The basic components can be seen in the following examples. An XML document starts with a Prolog:1. The XML Declarationwhich specifies that this is an XML document;2. Optionally a Document Type Declarationwhich identifies the type of document and says where the Document Type Description (DTD) is stored;The Prolog is followed by the document instance:1. A root element, which is the outermost (top level) element (start-tag plus end-tag) which encloses everything else: in the examples below the root elements are conversation and titlepage;2. A structured mix of descriptive or prescriptive elements enclosing the character data content (text), and optionally any attributes (?name=value? pairs) inside some start-tags.XML documents can be very simple, with straightforward nested markup of your own design:

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