Re: Element Occurrence and #PCDATA
> #PCDATA represents "Parsed Character Data". > ... Basically is means that the parsers looks at > every character. Hunting for delimiters: '&' and '<', and (forbidden) "]]>". Going perhaps offtopic (or perhaps broadening it to more about historical oddities in XML): > Character Data (CDATA - only valid in attributes and > Marked Sections in XML) says that the parser will not look at the > characters in a CDATA element. Except that in (XML) attributes, "CDATA" is actually parsed for entity/char references, may not have '<', and has no rules about "]]>" ... unlike <![CDATA[...]]> sections. What's the history behind having two different kinds of CDATA? I've always been puzzled. - Dave
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