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Symbols

- (hyphen) in PYX notation: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)
- (minus sign):
for ranges in user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
XPath arithmetic operator: 9.6.1. Numbers (XML in a Nutshell)
( ) (parenthesis) in PYX notation: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)
` ' single quotes (see single quotes)
\- special character: 6.4.1. Special Characters (XML Schema)
[ ] (square brackets): 2.5. Entities (Perl & XML)
& (ampersand): 2.1.1.4. Entity references and constants (Java & XML)
16.2. XPointer (Java & XML)
* (asterisk)
CSS universal selector: 12.4.1. The Universal Selector (XML in a Nutshell)
node test: 22.3.3. Node Tests (XML in a Nutshell)
suffix for element names: 3.2.4. The Number of Children (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition) (XML in a Nutshell)
XPath arithmetic operator: 9.6.1. Numbers (XML in a Nutshell)
XPath wildcard: 9.2.5. Wildcards (XML in a Nutshell)
@ at-sign: 3.2.4.1. Selecting attributes (XSLT)
8.2. XPath (Perl & XML)
3.2.6.2. Axis roll call (XSLT)
@* at-sign and asterisk: 3.2.5. Using Wildcards (XSLT)
XPath wildcard: 9.2.5. Wildcards (XML in a Nutshell)
@ (attribute name prefix): 2.3.3.2. Looping (Java & XML)
\ (backslash) escape character: 6.2. The Simplest Possible Patterns (XML Schema)
special characters: 6.4.1. Special Characters (XML Schema)
user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
^ caret: 4.6.1. Implementing a String Replace Function (XSLT)
for negating lists in user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
: (colon), use within names: 20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures (XML in a Nutshell)
:: double colon: 3.2.6. Axes (XSLT)
axis-node test separator: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths (XML in a Nutshell)
using boolean tests in XPath: 8.2. XPath (Perl & XML)
// double slash operator: 3.2.5. Using Wildcards (XSLT)
selecting from all descendants: 9.3.2. Selecting from Descendants with // (XML in a Nutshell)
.. double period: 3.2.6.2. Axis roll call (XSLT)
selecting parent element: 9.3.3. Selecting the Parent Element with .. (XML in a Nutshell)
22.3.1. Abbreviated Syntax (XML in a Nutshell)
== (equal to), testing string equality: 3.3.2. XMLReader Feature Flags (SAX2)
= (equals sign), CSS attribute value selector: 12.4.3. Attribute Selectors (XML in a Nutshell)
/ (forward slash): 2.1.1.2. Elements (Java & XML)
2.9. Free-Form XML and Well-Formed Documents (Perl & XML)
well-formed documents and: 3.1.1. Example (of What Not to Do): A Well-Formedness Checker (Perl & XML)
XPath expressions: 8.2. XPath (Perl & XML)
3.1.1. The Root Node (XSLT)
3.2.3. Relative and Absolute Expressions (XSLT)
building compound location paths: 9.3.1. Building Compound Location Paths from Location Steps with / (XML in a Nutshell)
22.3.1. Abbreviated Syntax (XML in a Nutshell)
root location path: 9.2.1. The Root Location Path (XML in a Nutshell)
22.3. Location Paths (XML in a Nutshell)
# hash mark: 5.1.3. A Stylesheet That Uses the id( ) Function (XSLT)
!= (not equal to), testing string equality: 3.3.2. XMLReader Feature Flags (SAX2)
( ) (parentheses) group character: 6.4.4. Oring and Grouping (XML Schema)
in element declarations: 3.2.6. Parentheses (XML in a Nutshell)
% (percent sign) in parameter entities: 3.3.2. XMLReader Feature Flags (SAX2)
4.3.1. The DeclHandler Interface (SAX2)
. period: 3.2.6.2. Axis roll call (XSLT)
selecting context node: 9.3.4. Selecting the Context Node with . (XML in a Nutshell)
22.3.1. Abbreviated Syntax (XML in a Nutshell)
splitting property names on: 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
wildcard character: 6.4.2. Wildcard (XML Schema)
+ (plus sign)
CSS sibling element selector: 12.4.2. Matching Descendants, Children, and Siblings (XML in a Nutshell)
suffix for element names: 3.2.4. The Number of Children (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition) (XML in a Nutshell)
XPath arithmetic operator: 9.6.1. Numbers (XML in a Nutshell)
? (question mark):
in PYX notation: 4.5. XML::PYX (Perl & XML)
suffix for element names: 3.2.4. The Number of Children (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition) (XML in a Nutshell)
recurrence modifier: 2.2.1.1. Elements (Java & XML)
; (semicolon): 2.1.1.4. Entity references and constants (Java & XML)
3.1. XML Parsers (Perl & XML)
# (sharp sign), CSS attribute selector: 12.4.3. Attribute Selectors (XML in a Nutshell)
\{ special character: 6.4.1. Special Characters (XML Schema)
[] (square brackets), CSS attribute selector: 12.4.3. Attribute Selectors (XML in a Nutshell)
for user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
~= (tilde equals sign), CSS attribute selector: 12.4.3. Attribute Selectors (XML in a Nutshell)
| vertical bar: 4.6.1. Implementing a String Replace Function (XSLT)
multiple XPath matches: 9.2.6. Multiple Matches with | (XML in a Nutshell)
or character: 6.4.4. Oring and Grouping (XML Schema)

Numbers

80/20 rule for application requirements: 1.4.2. SAX2 (SAX2)

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