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Borland® JBuilder™ Developer’s Guide by Jeff Swisher, Saleem Siddiqui, Michael Landy

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In Practice

It is important to understand that you can implement XML in a number of different ways within JBuilder. In this section, we are going to mark up the information about our course catalog in XML. The information will then be presented using a number of different methods.

As we look at this problem, we will divide the solution into a number of different parts. These parts will then be divided into small and deliberate steps. The following are the steps for which we are going to divide our application:

1.
Create a sample XML file containing enough appropriate samples to generate a DTD.
2.
Generate a DTD and modify it to support features not identified by the sample.
3.
Create the HTML page to display the sample.
4.
Convert the HTML ...

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