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Extreme Programming Adventures in C# by Ron Jeffries

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Chapter 11. Adding the Section Tag, Part I

It’s time to add a new feature to the XML Notepad. This time it’s a multiline "section" tag. Since Chet has found honest work, I’ll have to do a lot of this alone. I’ll get in trouble—and sbit’s Chet’s fault![1]

Looking at the Next Few Stories

The XML Notepad is actually fairly useful as it stands. The biggest hassle in producing one of these articles (which were later updated and turned into these chapters) is needing to type something special to get a new set of P tags created, and the notepad solves that problem. But there are a number of candidate things to do next. Here’s a list of stories that seem potentially interesting:

  • Add sect1 tag. Each section of text that shows up in the TOC appears inside ...

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