Wednesday, November 3, 2010

XML Element

Elements are the basic unit of XML content. Syntactically, an element consists of a start tag, and an end tag, and every thing in between.

The start tag consists of a name surrounded by angle brackets. The end tag consissts of the same name surrounded by angle brackets, but with a slash preceding the name.

XML defines the text between the start and end tag to be "character data"

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