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Table of Contents
I. User's guide
1. What is XML?
1.1. Introduction
1.1.1. The "hello world" example
1.1.2. XML parsers and processors
1.1.3. Discussion
1.2. Highlights of XML
1.2.1. The DTD and the instance
1.2.2. Reserved characters
1.2.3. Elements and ELEMENT declarations
1.2.4. Attribute lists and ATTLIST declarations
1.2.5. Parsed entities
1.2.6. Notations and unparsed entities
1.3. A complete example: The readme DTD
2. Using PXP
2.1. Validation
2.2. How to parse a document from an application
2.3. Class-based processing of the node tree
2.4. Example: An HTML backend for the readme DTD
2.4.1. Header
2.4.2. Type declarations
2.4.3. Class store
2.4.4. Function escape_html
2.4.5. Virtual class shared
2.4.6. Class only_data
2.4.7. Class readme
2.4.8. Classes section, sect1, sect2, and sect3
2.4.9. Classes map_tag, p, em, ul, li
2.4.10. Class br
2.4.11. Class code
2.4.12. Class a
2.4.13. Class footnote
2.4.14. The specification of the document model
3. The objects representing the document
3.1. The document class
3.2. The class type node
3.2.1. The principal structure of document trees
3.2.2. Optional features
3.2.3. Namespaces
3.2.4. Types
3.2.5. The methods of the class type node
3.2.6. The class element_impl
3.2.7. The class data_impl
3.2.8. The classes super_root_impl, pinstr_impl, and comment_impl
3.2.9. Examples: Creating and accessing nodes
3.2.10. The type spec
3.2.11. Examples: Creating nodes using spec
3.2.12. Iterators
3.2.13. Stripping whitespace
3.2.14. Document order
3.2.15. Functions
3.3. The class type extension
3.3.1. How to define an extension class
3.3.2. How to bind extension classes to element types
3.4. Details of the mapping from XML text to the tree representation
3.4.1. The representation of character-free elements
3.4.2. The representation of character data
3.4.3. The representation of entities within documents
3.4.4. The representation of attributes
3.4.5. The representation of processing instructions
3.4.6. The representation of comments
3.4.7. The attributes xml:lang and xml:space
3.5. Namespaces
3.5.1. Prefix normalization
3.5.2. DTDs
3.5.3. How to enable namespace processing
4. Configuring and calling the parser
4.1. Overview
4.2. Resolvers and sources
4.2.1. Using the built-in resolvers (called sources)
4.2.2. The resolver API
4.2.3. Predefined resolver components
4.3. The DTD classes
4.4. Invoking the parser
4.4.1. Defaults
4.4.2. Parsing functions
4.4.3. Configuration options
4.4.4. Which configuration should I use?
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