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!!! [XML] / [SGML]
When referring to [XML] or [SGML] documents, the
means that the document conforms to the [DTD]
or [Schema] specified or
referred to in the
You can use the ''sgmlnorm(1)'' program to check whether a file validates against its [DTD]. For example, I use this when creating [HTML] files. The HTML file starts with:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN">
and then sgmlnorm validates it against [W3C]'s strict.dtd and tells me all my mistakes (having text that's not in <P> or <DIV> tags is one that I keep making). In [Debian], this is in the __''sp''__ package - "sgml parsing tools"
+When referring to [XML] or [SGML] documents, term means that the document conforms to the [DTD] or [Schema] referred to in header.