XML Lab 1 - HIT3693 XML Technologies XML LABORATORY –...

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HIT3693 XML Technologies XML LABORATORY – Exercise 1 CREATING XML FILES 1 Objectives covered in this laboratory After this laboratory you should be able to: ± Write XML documents ± Understand and apply almost all of the rules for well-formed XML code Remember to keep a floppy disk available with you for all labs. You can conveniently take your solutions home for working on further. Alternatively, you can use a network drive or use the trick of emailing your solutions to your own email account so that they can be accessible from your account. Another suggestion is that whenever you come across an error message, note the error message and the cause of the error somewhere (for example, in a notebook, or preferably, an electronic document). It will be handy to build up such a record of errors for future use in labs or the assignment. 2 Creating an XML file We will write XML documents using a common text editor. Use of a specialist XML editor will be covered in a future lab. To write a new XML document, you can use a text editor like Jens’ File
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course HIT 3693 taught by Professor Freddy during the Three '10 term at Swinburne.

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XML Lab 1 - HIT3693 XML Technologies XML LABORATORY –...

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