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Chapter 10. XML > XLink and XPointer

10.5. XLink and XPointer

The final piece of XML we cover is XLink and XPointer. These two creations fall under the Extensible Linking Language (XLL), a separate portion of the XML standard dedicated to working with XML links. Before we delve into this, however, we should warn you that the standard described here is subject to change at any time.

It's important to remember that an XML link is only an assertion of a relationship between pieces of documents; how the link is actually presented to a user depends on a number of factors, including the application processing the XML document.


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