3.4. XML Document Logical Structure
The logical structure of an XML document consists of declarations, elements, character references, comments, and processing instructions.
Table 3-4. Structure of an XML Document
||Part Referred to as…
||One or more storage units
Entities have content and a name.
They can be parsed or unparsed.
They can refer to other entities.
Each document has a document entity.
All have content.
All are identified by name, except the document entity and an external ...
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