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Chapter 37. Toward XML > Getting Down to Cases

Getting Down to Cases

Now that you know something about the basics of XML, you need to decide how to use it. You've already learned that DTDs are a way of precisely describing the format and layout conventions of an XML document and why they should be used in some situations but not in others. You've also learned some of the differences between XML and XHTML, and how they make a world of difference for the Web as a whole through the internationalization of character sets and tagging languages.

Some of these security facilities have already been implemented in hardware implementing transaction dispatching, digital signature, and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) in silicon, the XML equivalent of a graphics accelerator chip. This means the infrastructure required to support high-volume XML transaction processing is becoming readily available.


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