XML in a Nutshell

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Page xiv
After "Constant width bold" add "is used for:"

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In the fifth bullet point, delete "should be deleted"

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At the beginning of the paragraph immediately after Example

2-6, add this sentence: "The processing instruction name xml, in any combination of case, (that is, xml, XML, Xml, etc.) is reserved for use by the W3C."

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Example 2.8

"encoding=ISO-8859_1" Has been changed to: "encoding=ISO-8859-1"

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In Example 3-3 an extra question mark moved into the XML

declaration: <?xml version="1.0"? standalone="no"?> has been changed to: <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?>

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list in middle of page

? Permits zero or one of the element * Permits zero or one of the element + Permits zero or one of the element should read more like: ? Permits zero or one of the element * Permits zero or more of the element + Permits one or more of the element

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The list under the Number of Children head now reads as

follows: ? Permits zero or one of the element * Permits zero or more of the element + Permits one or more of the element

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In the last line of the page

<!ELEMENT circle(center, (radius| diameter))> should be: <!ELEMENT circle(point, (radius| diameter))>

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In the last code fragment on the page, <!element should be

capitalized as <!ELEMENT

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NMTOKENS

<p style="font-size: 1; Has been change to: <p style="font-size: xx-small;

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In the each of the last two text paragraphs on the page, "the

project_id attribute of the person element" now reads "the project_id attribute of the assignment element". Note that this error occurred twice.

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2nd paragraph, 5th line

"... element with a a single ..." should read: "... element with a single ..."

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In the first paragraph, "a presentation element" should be "a

slide_show element".

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In the second to last paragraph, "identifies notation" should

be "identifies a notation".

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In the seventh line of Example 4-2, the end tag </dc:title>

now reads </title>. That is, the dc: prefix has been deleted.

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In the fourth text paragraph

"UF-16 and UTF-8 encodings or Unicode" should read: "UTF-16 and UTF-8 encodings of Unicode".

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In the second text paragraph, "tet declarations" now reads "text

declarations"

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The end tag was missing a slash in the second code fragment on the

page. That is, in English transliteration, the second <logos> now reads </logos>

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In the first code sample, the nu is now the last letter of the

second word rather than the first letter of the third word. That is, it now reads (in the actual Greek characters, not the Unicode shown here): <maxim> &#x3C3;&#x3BF;&#x3C6;&#x3CC;&#x3C2; &#x3AD;&#x3B1;&#x3C5;&#x3C4;&#x3CC;&#x3BD; &#x3B3;&#x3B9;&#x3B3;&#x3BD;&#x3CE;&#x3C3;&#x3BA;&#x3B5;&#x3B9; </maxim> In English transliteration "sophos eauton gignoskei" instead of "sophos eauto ngignoskei"

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In the first code fragment, "le fin de semaine" should be "la

fin de semaine"; i.e. change "le" to "la"

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Page 111
Intrinsic Events (9th definition term)

All element and attribute names are lowercase in Modular XHTML. Replaced "onSubmit" and "onFocus" with "onsubmit" and "onfocus."

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In the last line of Example 7-4,

<!ELEMENT description (%Block.mix;)+)> should be changed to <!ELEMENT description (%Block.mix;)+> That is, delete the last parenthesis in that line.

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Page 122
In Example 7-8 "%MODULE-qname.mod;" should be "%cafe-qname-1.mod;".

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Page 130
The first sentence of the last paragraph had the wrong

namespace URI. It now reads http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform, not http://www.w3.org/XSL/Transform.

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14th line of sample code on page

Richard Feynman's middle initial was P, not M. (for Phillips) Therefore, the following line of code has been changed to: <middle_initial>P</middle_initial>

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In Example 8-3, second line

Changed the M to a P.

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Changed the M to a P in the code fragment.

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In Example 8-11, changed the M to a P.

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In the last paragraph, change "in the specified node" (with

an n) to "in the specified mode" (with an m)

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In Example 8-13, changed the M to a P.

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In Example 8-14

<middle_initial>P</middle_initial> Has been changed to: <middle_initial>M</middle_initial>

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In Example 9-1, changed the M to a P.

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In the code fragment at the top of the page, changed the M to a P.

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In the first line

It outputs that element's name child element value and id attribute value has been changed to: It outputs that element's name child element value and born and died attribute values

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In the 5th paragraph, 3rd line "equivalent to the

unabbreviated form" should read "equivalent to the abbreviated form".

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paragraph 4, last sentence

substring('MM/DD/YYYY', 2) is DD Has been changed to: substring('MM/DD/YYYY', 4, 2) is DD

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In the second to last paragraph change "nonfiction" to "manual".

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3 last paragraphs

Replace "XPointers can identify multiple..." to the end of the page and two code fragments with this: If you're uncertain whether a given XPointer will locate something, you can back it up with an alternative XPointer. For example, this XPointer looks first for first_name elements. However, if it doesn't find any it will look for last_name elements instead: xpointer(//first_name)xpointer(//last_name) The last_name elements will be found only if there are no first_name elements. You can string as many of these xpointer() parts together as you like. For example, this XPointer looks first for first_name elements. If it doesn't find any, it then seeks out last_name elements. If it doesn't find any of those, it looks for middle_initial elements. If it doesn't find any of those, it returns an empty node set: xpointer(//first_name)xpointer(//last_name)xpointer(//middle_initial) No special separator character or white space is required between the individual xpointer() parts.

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In the second code fragment on the page, each XPath

expression should be preceded by here(). That is, the entire example and the paragraph that follows should read as follows: <slide xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink"> <point>Acme Wonder Goo is a delicious dessert topping!</point> <point>Acme Wonder Goo is a powerful floor cleaner!</point> <point>It's two products in one!</point> <previous xlink:type="simple" xlink:href="#xpointer( here()/ancestor::slide/preceding-sibling::slide[position()=1])"> Back </previous> <next xlink:type="simple" xlink:href="#xpointer( here()/ancestor::slide/following-sibling::slide[position()=1])"> Back </next> </slide> The here() function, an XPointer extension to XPath, indicates that the context node is the node in the XML document where the XPointer appears, the xlink:href attribute nodes in this example.

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Delete all text from the paragraph beginning "To point at a point with

an XPointer..." to the end of the section and replace it with: The point() node test can be used to select points from a node set that contains them. However, since no XPath axis actually includes points, this has limited utility. Instead, XPointer adds two functions to XPath that make it very easy to select the point immediately before or immediately after an element or text node, start-point() and end-point(). For example, this XPointer identifies the point immediately before the title element, point 1 in Figure 11-1: xpointer(start-point(//title)) This XPointer indicates the point immediately after the </author> tag: xpointer(end-point(//author)) If there were multiple title and author elements in the document, then these functions would select multiple points. Points can also indicate positions inside a text node, comment, attribute value, or processing instruction. This is less convenient than it should be. First you'll need to use the string-range() function we'll discuss shortly to produce a range whose start point or end point is the point you want to select; then use start-point() and end-point() to actually select that point. In each case, the point's position is the index of the character following the point in the node's string value. Recall from Chapter 8 that the value of a comment node is the text of the comment, the value of an attribute node is the value of the attribute, and the value of a processing instruction node is the processing instruction data. For example, suppose you want to indicate the point right before the word may in <!-- You may recognize this from the last chapter -->. The letter m is the sixth character of the value of the comment. Therefore the point immediately before it has index 5. Processing instructions are similar except you dont count the processing instruction target or subsequent white space. For example, suppose you wanted to point to the point between the " and the n in "novel.css". The " is the 23rd character of the data and the n is the 24th. Processing instructions can only have pseudo-attributes so you cant use the attribute axis to select the value "attribute" of the xml-stylesheet processing instruction or any points inside it. However, you can do this for genuine attributes like the copyright attribute of the novel element in Example 11-1. In all cases, it's an error if a point() node test points before the beginning of the containing node (i.e. has a negative index) or after the end of the containing node. However, an application is free to decide what to do in the face of such an error. No specific behavior is required. In a web browser the results might be similar to following a link to a named anchor that no longer exists; that is, the document would be loaded and positioned at its start and the fragment identifier would be ignored.

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The point node test now includes parentheses wherever it

occurs, just as the comment(), processing-instruction() and node() node tests do. Thus, in the first sentence of the second-to-last paragraph on p. 187 "point node test" now reads "point() node test". The XPointer in the middle of that paragraph now reads: xpointer(//title[position()=1]/text()/point()[position()=3]). The XPointer at the bottom of the page now reads: xpointer(/novel/point()[position()=2]) On p. 188, the XPointer near the top of the page now reads: xpointer(/novel/text()[position()=1]/point()[position()=3]) (This XPointer also had an extraneous closing right parenthesis between [position()=1]/ and point()[ that has been deleted.) The second and third XPointers on page 188 that use the start-point() and end-point() xpointer(/comment()[position()=1]/point()[position()=5]) xpointer(/processing-instruction[position()=1]/point()[position()=23]) xpointer(/novel/@copyright/point()[position()=0])

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In the last example at bottom of page

xpointer(/novel/point[position()=2])) Has been changed to: xpointer(/novel/point()[position()=1])

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First code fragment

xpointer(range(//title)) Has been changed to: xpointer(range-inside(//title))

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There's an extra fo:region-body element in the second code

fragment on the page. Delete the fifth line containing the <fo:region-body/> start-tag. That is, the fragment should read: <fo:simple-page-master margin-right="0.5in" margin-left="0.5in" margin-bottom="0.5in" margin-top="0.5in" page-width="8.5in" page-height="11in" master-name="first"> <fo:region-before extent="0.5in"/> <fo:region-after extent="0.5in"/> <fo:region-start extent="0.5in"/> <fo:region-end extent="0.5in"/> <fo:region-body margin-top="1.0in" margin-bottom="1.0in" margin-left="0.5in" margin-right="0.5in"/> </fo:simple-page-master>

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Example 13-5

Replace example. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <fo:root xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format"> <fo:layout-master-set> <fo:simple-page-master margin-right="1in" margin-left="1in" margin-bottom="1in" margin-top="1in" page-width="8.5in" page-height="11in" master-name="first"> <fo:region-body/> </fo:simple-page-master> </fo:layout-master-set> <fo:page-sequence master-name="first"> <fo:flow> <fo:block font-family="Times, 'Times New Roman', serif" font-size="12pt"> <fo:block font-family="Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" font-size="20pt" font-weight="bold" text-align="center">Southern Corn Bread</fo:block> <fo:list-block> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label> <fo:block>Ģ</fo:block></fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> 1 cup flour </fo:block></fo:list-item-body> </fo:list-item> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label><fo:block>Ģ</fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> 4 tablespoons Royal Baking Powder </fo:block></fo:list-item-body> </fo:list-item> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label><fo:block>Ģ</fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> teaspoon salt </fo:block></fo:list-item-body></fo:list-item> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label><fo:block>Ģ</fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> 1 cup corn meal </fo:block></fo:list-item-body></fo:list-item> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label><fo:block>Ģ</fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> 1 cups whole milk </fo:block></fo:list-item-body> </fo:list-item> <fo:list-item> <fo:list-item-label><fo:block>Ģ</fo:block> </fo:list-item-label> <fo:list-item-body><fo:block> 4 tablespoons melted butter </fo:block></fo:list-item-body> </fo:list-item> </fo:list-block> <fo:block margin-top="12pt" margin-left="4pt"> Sift flour, baking powder, sugar &amp; salt together. Add 1 cup corn meal. Beat egg in cup and add beaten egg and 1 cups whole milk to make a batter. Stir well. Add melted shortening and beat until light and thoroughly mixed. Pour into greased shallow pan or greased muffin rings. Bake in hot oven at 425 F for 25 minutes. Cut into squares if cooked in shallow pan. </fo:block> <fo:block margin-top="12pt" margin-left="4pt"> After my mother-in-law Marjorie Anderson died, Beth and I found this recipe written on the "extra recipes" page in a local cookbook in her cupboard. This was published by The Episcopal Churchwomen, Church of Ascension, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. </fo:block> </fo:block> </fo:flow> </fo:page-sequence> </fo:root>

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In the first line, "Java inteface" should be "Java interface".

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Figure 16-1

nodeValue =Text data in the "Text" box should be nodeValue =Test data

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At the top of the page a space was missing between the first two

words of the first sentence. It now reads "The character" rather than "Thecharacter".

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SAXException is a checked exception, not a runtime exception.

In the second text paragraph change "runtime" to "checked".

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When reading a property a cast is normally necessary. The last

code fragment on the page should read: try { String tag = (String) parser.getProperty( "http://xml.org/sax/properties/xml-string"); }

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In the penultimate paragraph; "characters are not be

recognized as markup by the parser" should read "characters will not be recognized as markup by the parser".

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The sentence

The processing instruction target can be any legal XML name (see Chapter 2, XML Fundamentals). Has been changed to: The processing instruction target can be any legal XML name, except <mono>xml</mono> in any combination of upper and lower case. (See Chapter 2, XML Fundamentals).

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Bacchus has been changed to Backus. The book meant to reference the

computer scientist John Backus, not the Greek god of wine and revelry.

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The Extended Backus-Naur Form has been replaced with

the following: document ::= prolog element Misc* Char ::= #x9 | #xA | #xD | [#x20-#xD7FF] | [#xE000-#xFFFD] | [#x10000-#x10FFFF] S ::= (#x20 | #x9 | #xD | #xA)+ NameChar ::= Letter | Digit| '.' | '-' | '_' | ':' | CombiningChar | Extender EntityValue ::= '"' ([^%&"] | PEReference| Reference)* '"' | "'" ([^%&'] | PEReference | Reference)* "'" CharData ::= [^<&]* - ([^<&]* ']]>' [^<&]*) Comment ::= '<!--' ((Char - '-') | ('-'(Char - '-')))* '-->' PI ::= '<?' PITarget (S(Char* - (Char* '?>' Char*)))? '?>' CDSect ::= CDStart CData CDEnd prolog ::= XMLDecl? Misc*(doctypedecl Misc*)? XMLDecl ::= '<?xml' VersionInfo EncodingDecl? SDDecl? S? '?>' VersionInfo ::= S 'version' Eq ("'" VersionNum "'" | '"' VersionNum'"')[E15] Eq ::= S? '=' S? VersionNum ::= ([a-zA-Z0-9_.:] | '-')+ Misc ::= Comment | PI| S doctypedecl ::= '<!DOCTYPE' S Name(S ExternalID)? S? ('[' (markupdecl | DeclSep)*']' S?)? '>' DeclSep ::= PEReference | S markupdecl ::= elementdecl | AttlistDecl | EntityDecl | NotationDecl | PI | Comment extSubset ::= TextDecl? extSubsetDecl extSubsetDecl ::= ( markupdecl | conditionalSect | DeclSep)* SDDecl ::= S 'standalone' Eq(("'" ('yes' | 'no') "'") | ('"' ('yes' | 'no') '"')) LanguageID ::= Langcode ('-' Subcode)* element ::= EmptyElemTag| STag content ETag STag ::= '<' Name (S Attribute)* S? '>' Attribute ::= Name Eq AttValue ETag ::= '</' Name S?'>' content ::= CharData? ((element| Reference | CDSect| PI | Comment) CharData?)* EmptyElemTag ::= '<' Name (S Attribute)* S? '/>' elementdecl ::= '<!ELEMENT' S Name S contentspec S?'>' contentspec ::= 'EMPTY' | 'ANY' | Mixed| children children ::= (choice | seq)('?' | '*' | '+')? cp ::= (Name | choice| seq) ('?' | '*' | '+')? choice ::= '(' S? cp ( S? '|' S? cp )+ S? ')' seq ::= '(' S? cp ( S? ',' S? cp )* S? ')' Mixed ::= '(' S? '#PCDATA' (S?'|' S? Name)* S?')*' | '(' S? '#PCDATA' S? ')' AttlistDecl ::= '<!ATTLIST' S Name AttDef* S? '>' AttType ::= StringType | TokenizedType| EnumeratedType StringType ::= 'CDATA' TokenizedType ::= 'ID' EnumeratedType ::= NotationType| Enumeration DefaultDecl ::= '#REQUIRED' | '#IMPLIED'| (('#FIXED' S)? AttValue) conditionalSect ::= includeSect | ignoreSect includeSect ::= '<![' S? 'INCLUDE' S? '[' extSubsetDecl']]>' ignoreSect ::= '<![' S? 'IGNORE' S? '[' ignoreSectContents*']]>' ignoreSectContents ::= Ignore ('<![' ignoreSectContents ']]>' Ignore)* Ignore ::= Char* - (Char*('<![' | ']]>') Char*) CharRef ::= '&#' [0-9]+ ';' | '&#x' [0-9a-fA-F]+ ';' Reference ::= EntityRef | CharRef EntityDecl ::= GEDecl | PEDecl GEDecl ::= '<!ENTITY' S Name S EntityDef S?'>' PEDecl ::= '<!ENTITY' S '%' S Name S PEDef S? '>' EntityDef ::= EntityValue | (ExternalID NDataDecl?) PEDef ::= EntityValue | ExternalID ExternalID ::= 'SYSTEM' S SystemLiteral| 'PUBLIC' S PubidLiteral S SystemLiteral TextDecl ::= '<?xml' VersionInfo? EncodingDecl S? '?>' extParsedEnt ::= TextDecl? content EncodingDecl ::= S 'encoding' Eq('"' EncName '"' | "'" EncName"'" ) NotationDecl ::= '<!NOTATION' S Name S (ExternalID | PublicID) S? '>' Letter ::= BaseChar | Ideographic BaseChar ::= [#x0041-#x005A] | [#x0061-#x007A] | [#x00C0-#x00D6] | [#x00D8-#x00F6] | [#x00F8-#x00FF] | [#x0100-#x0131] | [#x0134-#x013E] | [#x0141-#x0148] | [#x014A-#x017E] | [#x0180-#x01C3] | [#x01CD-#x01F0] | [#x01F4-#x01F5] | [#x01FA-#x0217] | [#x0250-#x02A8] | [#x02BB-#x02C1] | #x0386 | [#x0388-#x038A] | #x038C | [#x038E-#x03A1] | [#x03A3-#x03CE] | [#x03D0-#x03D6] | #x03DA | #x03DC| #x03DE | #x03E0 | [#x03E2-#x03F3] | [#x0401-#x040C] | [#x040E-#x044F] | [#x0451-#x045C] | [#x045E-#x0481] | [#x0490-#x04C4] | [#x04C7-#x04C8] | [#x04CB-#x04CC] | [#x04D0-#x04EB] | [#x04EE-#x04F5] | [#x04F8-#x04F9] | [#x0531-#x0556] | #x0559 | [#x0561-#x0586] | [#x05D0-#x05EA] | [#x05F0-#x05F2] | [#x0621-#x063A] | [#x0641-#x064A] | [#x0671-#x06B7] | [#x06BA-#x06BE] | [#x06C0-#x06CE] | [#x06D0-#x06D3] | #x06D5 | [#x06E5-#x06E6] | [#x0905-#x0939] | #x093D | [#x0958-#x0961] | [#x0985-#x098C] | [#x098F-#x0990] | [#x0993-#x09A8] | [#x09AA-#x09B0] | #x09B2 | [#x09B6-#x09B9] | [#x09DC-#x09DD] | [#x09DF-#x09E1] | [#x09F0-#x09F1] | [#x0A05-#x0A0A] | [#x0A0F-#x0A10] | [#x0A13-#x0A28] | [#x0A2A-#x0A30] | [#x0A32-#x0A33] | [#x0A35-#x0A36] | [#x0A38-#x0A39] | [#x0A59-#x0A5C] | #x0A5E | [#x0A72-#x0A74] | [#x0A85-#x0A8B] | #x0A8D | [#x0A8F-#x0A91] | [#x0A93-#x0AA8] | [#x0AAA-#x0AB0] | [#x0AB2-#x0AB3] | [#x0AB5-#x0AB9] | #x0ABD | #x0AE0 | [#x0B05-#x0B0C] | [#x0B0F-#x0B10] | [#x0B13-#x0B28] | [#x0B2A-#x0B30] | [#x0B32-#x0B33] | [#x0B36-#x0B39] | #x0B3D | [#x0B5C-#x0B5D] | [#x0B5F-#x0B61] | [#x0B85-#x0B8A] | [#x0B8E-#x0B90] | [#x0B92-#x0B95] | [#x0B99-#x0B9A] | #x0B9C | [#x0B9E-#x0B9F] | [#x0BA3-#x0BA4] | [#x0BA8-#x0BAA] | [#x0BAE-#x0BB5] | [#x0BB7-#x0BB9] | [#x0C05-#x0C0C] | [#x0C0E-#x0C10] | [#x0C12-#x0C28] | [#x0C2A-#x0C33] | [#x0C35-#x0C39] | [#x0C60-#x0C61] | [#x0C85-#x0C8C] | [#x0C8E-#x0C90] | [#x0C92-#x0CA8] | [#x0CAA-#x0CB3] | [#x0CB5-#x0CB9] | #x0CDE | [#x0CE0-#x0CE1] | [#x0D05-#x0D0C] | [#x0D0E-#x0D10] | [#x0D12-#x0D28] | [#x0D2A-#x0D39] | [#x0D60-#x0D61] | [#x0E01-#x0E2E] | #x0E30 | [#x0E32-#x0E33] | [#x0E40-#x0E45] | [#x0E81-#x0E82] | #x0E84 | [#x0E87-#x0E88] | #x0E8A | #x0E8D | [#x0E94-#x0E97] | [#x0E99-#x0E9F] | [#x0EA1-#x0EA3] | #x0EA5 | #x0EA7| [#x0EAA-#x0EAB] | [#x0EAD-#x0EAE] | #x0EB0 | [#x0EB2-#x0EB3] | #x0EBD | [#x0EC0-#x0EC4] | [#x0F40-#x0F47] | [#x0F49-#x0F69] | [#x10A0-#x10C5] | [#x10D0-#x10F6] | #x1100 | [#x1102-#x1103] | [#x1105-#x1107] | #x1109 | [#x110B-#x110C] | [#x110E-#x1112] | #x113C | #x113E | #x1140 | #x114C | #x114E | #x1150 | [#x1154-#x1155] | #x1159 | [#x115F-#x1161] | #x1163| #x1165 | #x1167 | #x1169 | [#x116D-#x116E] | [#x1172-#x1173] | #x1175 | #x119E | #x11A8 | #x11AB | [#x11AE-#x11AF] | [#x11B7-#x11B8] | #x11BA | [#x11BC-#x11C2] | #x11EB| #x11F0 | #x11F9 | [#x1E00-#x1E9B] | [#x1EA0-#x1EF9] | [#x1F00-#x1F15] | [#x1F18-#x1F1D] | [#x1F20-#x1F45] | [#x1F48-#x1F4D] | [#x1F50-#x1F57] | #x1F59 | #x1F5B | #x1F5D | [#x1F5F-#x1F7D] | [#x1F80-#x1FB4] | [#x1FB6-#x1FBC] | #x1FBE | [#x1FC2-#x1FC4] | [#x1FC6-#x1FCC] | [#x1FD0-#x1FD3] | [#x1FD6-#x1FDB] | [#x1FE0-#x1FEC] | [#x1FF2-#x1FF4] | [#x1FF6-#x1FFC] | #x2126 | [#x212A-#x212B] | #x212E | [#x2180-#x2182] | [#x3041-#x3094] | [#x30A1-#x30FA] | [#x3105-#x312C] | [#xAC00-#xD7A3] Ideographic ::= [#x4E00-#x9FA5] | #x3007 | [#x3021-#x3029] CombiningChar ::= [#x0300-#x0345] | [#x0360-#x0361] | [#x0483-#x0486] | [#x0591-#x05A1] | [#x05A3-#x05B9] | [#x05BB-#x05BD] | #x05BF | [#x05C1-#x05C2] | #x05C4 | [#x064B-#x0652] | #x0670| [#x06D6-#x06DC] | [#x06DD-#x06DF] | [#x06E0-#x06E4] | [#x06E7-#x06E8] | [#x06EA-#x06ED] | [#x0901-#x0903] | #x093C | [#x093E-#x094C] | #x094D | [#x0951-#x0954] | [#x0962-#x0963] | [#x0981-#x0983] | #x09BC | #x09BE | #x09BF | [#x09C0-#x09C4] | [#x09C7-#x09C8] | [#x09CB-#x09CD] | #x09D7 | [#x09E2-#x09E3] | #x0A02| #x0A3C | #x0A3E | #x0A3F | [#x0A40-#x0A42] | [#x0A47-#x0A48] | [#x0A4B-#x0A4D] | [#x0A70-#x0A71] | [#x0A81-#x0A83] | #x0ABC| [#x0ABE-#x0AC5] | [#x0AC7-#x0AC9] | [#x0ACB-#x0ACD] | [#x0B01-#x0B03] | #x0B3C | [#x0B3E-#x0B43] | [#x0B47-#x0B48] | [#x0B4B-#x0B4D] | [#x0B56-#x0B57] | [#x0B82-#x0B83] | [#x0BBE-#x0BC2] | [#x0BC6-#x0BC8] | [#x0BCA-#x0BCD] | #x0BD7 | [#x0C01-#x0C03] | [#x0C3E-#x0C44] | [#x0C46-#x0C48] | [#x0C4A-#x0C4D] | [#x0C55-#x0C56] | [#x0C82-#x0C83] | [#x0CBE-#x0CC4] | [#x0CC6-#x0CC8] | [#x0CCA-#x0CCD] | [#x0CD5-#x0CD6] | [#x0D02-#x0D03] | [#x0D3E-#x0D43] | [#x0D46-#x0D48] | [#x0D4A-#x0D4D] | #x0D57 | #x0E31 | [#x0E34-#x0E3A] | [#x0E47-#x0E4E] | #x0EB1 | [#x0EB4-#x0EB9] | [#x0EBB-#x0EBC] | [#x0EC8-#x0ECD] | [#x0F18-#x0F19] | #x0F35 | #x0F37 | #x0F39 | #x0F3E| #x0F3F | [#x0F71-#x0F84] | [#x0F86-#x0F8B] | [#x0F90-#x0F95] | #x0F97 | [#x0F99-#x0FAD] | [#x0FB1-#x0FB7] | #x0FB9| [#x20D0-#x20DC] | #x20E1 | [#x302A-#x302F] | #x3099| #x309A Digit ::= [#x0030-#x0039] | [#x0660-#x0669] | [#x06F0-#x06F9] | [#x0966-#x096F] | [#x09E6-#x09EF] | [#x0A66-#x0A6F] | [#x0AE6-#x0AEF] | [#x0B66-#x0B6F] | [#x0BE7-#x0BEF] | [#x0C66-#x0C6F] | [#x0CE6-#x0CEF] | [#x0D66-#x0D6F] | [#x0E50-#x0E59] | [#x0ED0-#x0ED9] | [#x0F20-#x0F29] Extender ::= #x00B7 | #x02D0 | #x02D1 | #x0387 | #x0640| #x0E46 | #x0EC6 | #x3005 | [#x3031-#x3035] | [#x309D-#x309E] | [#x30FC-#x30FE]

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In the examples of abbreviated syntax in the last code

fragment on the page, "//descendantnode() [.='Eunice']/@ID" is missing a double-colon separator and should read: "//descendant::node() [.='Eunice']/@ID"

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In the first sentence change "Each location test" to "Each

location step"

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In the second paragraph

http://www.w3.org/XSL/Transform now reads: http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform

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In the Contents section for xsl:choose, "This element

contains one xsl:when element" should read "This element contains one or more xsl:when elements"

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The select attribute of xsl:sort is optional, not required.

The following sentence has been added to the end of the description of select: If select is omitted, then the sort key is set to the value of the current node.

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The example for getAttribute() is incorrect.

if (elem.getAttribute("name") == "") { should be if (elem.getAttribute("name").equals("")) {

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The letter on the last line is a German letter, not an Icelandic letter.

Changed "Icelandic" to "German"

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In the index

The Vietnamese language entry has an uppercase 'I' as the second letter. The 'I', of course, should be lowercase.

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