DTD_demo1 - XML: Address Book DTD Practice Problem SoulTwo...

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XML: Address Book – DTD Practice Problem SoulTwo recently took over Handfall operations and they have decided to implement a XML format for storing the data associated with their address book application. This change will make their new and improved address book available not only from their handheld device but also from any web enabled device since storage will be on a remote web enabled server. From all of their XML developers, you have been selected to create the DTD based on the attached specification. English Description The existing Handfall address book application is being used to contain any and all contacts that a possible Handfall user has and will meet at any point in time both now and in the future. Each uniquely identified, file-able contact contained within the address book may possess: Name Personal information Employment information Phone numbers and email addresses used by the individual, which may be associated with their home, work or mobile devices. A numbered list of contact related comments An individuals name may contain: First name Last name Nickname Title or rank. An individual’s personal information may contain: Address * Website URL Gender Birthday Anniversary An individual’s employment information may contain: Company name Address * Website URL And finally an address may contain: Street Street-details City State Zip code or postal code Country
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Specification The <address-book> element contains one or more <contact> elements. A
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