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Mac-specific character sets: 5.7.2. MacRoman (XML in a Nutshell)
Macherius, Ingo: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family (XML Schema)
Macintosh
filenames, turning into URIs: 3.1.3. Filenames Versus URIs (SAX2)
XML output, writing: 2.2.3.2. Concerns when writing XML text (SAX2)
MacLeod, Ken: 6.6. XML::Grove (Perl & XML)
MacRoman character set: 5.7.2. MacRoman (XML in a Nutshell)
mailing lists
XML-DEV: 1.2.3. DOM and SAX (XSLT)
XSL-LIST: 2.6. Summary (XSLT)
mailing lists, Xerces parser: 3.1.1. Obtaining a Parser (Java & XML)
main menu panel, generating: 9.5.3. Generating the Main Menu Panel (XSLT)
main(): 1.2.4.2. DOM (Java and XSLT)
mode attribute and: 9.5.1. Stylesheets and Modes (XSLT)
Makefile.PL, installing parsers: 5.7.5. Installing Your Own Parser (Perl & XML)
MapEntry class: 5.4.2. A Stylesheet Cache (Java and XSLT)
mappings element: 12.4.1. Custom Parameter Types (Java & XML)
mapTypes( ): 12.4.1. Custom Parameter Types (Java & XML)
margin-bottom property (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
margin-left property (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
margin-right property (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
margin-top property (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
markup
describing a document's structure: 6.5. Document Permanence (XML in a Nutshell)
input vs. output languages: 6.6. Transformation and Presentation (XML in a Nutshell)
tags and: 2.2. Elements, Tags, and Character Data (XML in a Nutshell)
markup languages: 2. An XML Recap (Perl & XML)
1.2. XML Review (Java and XSLT)
1.2.1. SGML, XML, and Markup Languages (Java and XSLT)
elements and structure for: 2.2. Markup, Elements, and Structure (Perl & XML)
marshal( ): 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
15.4.3. Marshalling and Unmarshalling (Java & XML)
marshalling: 15.1.3. Marshalling (Java & XML)
3.5.2.2. Turning objects into SAX events (SAX2)
master document: 7.2. The document( ) Function (XSLT)
master-name attribute (XSL-FO): 13.3. Laying Out the Master Pages (XML in a Nutshell)
master pages for XSL-FO, laying out: 13.3. Laying Out the Master Pages (XML in a Nutshell)
Mathematical Operators Unicode block: 26.3.21. Mathematical Operators (XML in a Nutshell)
mathematics
performed with recursion: 7.2.1. An Aside: Doing Math with Recursion (XSLT)
trigonometric functions for: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions (XSLT)
XPath operators for: B.4.1. Mathematical Operators (XSLT)
MathML: 4.1.3. Internationalization Concerns (SAX2)
MathML elements: 10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
MathML (Mathematical Markup Language): 0.. What This Book Covers (XML in a Nutshell)
entity sets and: 5.10. Character References (XML in a Nutshell)
namespaces
need for: 4.1. The Need for Namespaces (XML in a Nutshell)
syntax for: 4.2.1. Qualified Names, Prefixes, and Local Parts (XML in a Nutshell)
maxExclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
maxInclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
maxLength facet element: 16.6.2.2. Restricting length (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
maxOccurs attribute: 2.2. Our First Schema (XML Schema)
compositors and particles: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles (XML Schema)
extending attribute/element groups, issues with: 8.2.2.1. Extension (XML Schema)
maxOccurs attribute (xs:element element): 16.4.1. Occurrence Constraints (XML in a Nutshell)
McLean, Grant: 1.2. XML Is Simple with XML::Simple (Perl & XML)
6.2. XML::Simple (Perl & XML)
media pseudoattribute: 7.2.1.2. The media pseudoattribute (XML in a Nutshell)
12.3. Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
media types, MIME: 5.1. Character-Set Metadata (XML in a Nutshell)
Megginson, David: 5. SAX (Perl & XML)
1.4.1. SAX1 (SAX2)
1.4. The Evolution of XML (XML in a Nutshell)
25. SAX Reference (XML in a Nutshell)
memory
consuming, with SAX and DOM: 1.2.3. Memory Consumption with SAX and DOM (SAX2)
SAX parsers, using: 1.2.1. Stream-Based Processing (SAX2)
memory and DOM: 5.1.3.3. Why use SAX at all? (Java & XML)
5.4.1. Memory, Performance, and Deferred DOMs (Java & XML)
menu panel (tutorials): 9.3.1. Menu Panel (XSLT)
message element: 13.3. WSDL (Java & XML)
Message interface: 7.3.1. Domain Classes (Java and XSLT)
A. Discussion Forum Code (Java and XSLT)
MessageSummary interface: 7.3.1. Domain Classes (Java and XSLT)
A. Discussion Forum Code (Java and XSLT)
messaging: 6.2. XML and Messaging (SAX2)
HTTP with SAX 2.0 and: 6.2.3. XML Messaging over HTTP with SAX2 (SAX2)
Java, roles for: 6.2.2. Roles for Java in XML Messaging (SAX2)
messaging services: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
method names, and: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
XML, server response to client, coding: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
META-INF/MANIFEST.MF file: 9.1.1.1. JAR hell? (Java and XSLT)
metadata, character-set: 5.1. Character-Set Metadata (XML in a Nutshell)
metainformation module (XHTML DTD): 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
metalanguages: 1.2.1. SGML, XML, and Markup Languages (Java and XSLT)
methods
access synchronization, drawbacks to: 6.5.1. Servlet Threading Model (Java and XSLT)
addContent( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
7.3.1. Storing XML (Java & XML)
addElem( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
addEvent( ): 11.3.1. A Shared Handler (Java & XML)
11.3.1. A Shared Handler (Java & XML)
addHandler( ): 11.2.3. Writing the Server (Java & XML)
attribute names, accessing: 2.6.2.2. Attribute naming (SAX2)
callback methods: 3.2.2. Parsing the Document (Java & XML)
characters( ): 3.3.6. Element Data (Java & XML)
cleanup( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
count( ): 3.1.1. <xsl:if> (Java and XSLT)
createDocument( ): 6.1.1. Creating a New DOM Tree (Java & XML)
createXMLRepresentation( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
destroy( ): 5.4.2. A Stylesheet Cache (Java and XSLT)
doFilter( ): 8.4.1. Filter Overview (Java and XSLT)
doGet( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
6.3.1. Design (Java and XSLT)
doPost( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
6.3.1. Design (Java and XSLT)
element methods: 8.2.1. Creating a Factory (Java & XML)
encodeURL( ): 8.2.1. Servlet Session-Tracking API (Java and XSLT)
endDocument( ): 1.2.4.1. SAX (Java and XSLT)
endElement( ): 1.2.4.1. SAX (Java and XSLT)
endDocument( ): 3.3.2. The Beginning and the End of a Document (Java & XML)
enumerateItem( ): 15.2.2. Source Generation (Java & XML)
equals( ): 8.1.3. The Namespace Class (Java & XML)
fault.getString( ): 12.4.2. Better Error Handling (Java & XML)
flushAll( ): 5.4.2. A Stylesheet Cache (Java and XSLT)
format-number( ): 3.4.1. Number Formatting (Java and XSLT)
generateRSSContentMethod( ): 14.3.2. Creating an XML RSS Document (Java & XML)
getAttribute( ): 9.3.2.1. Working with the factory (Java & XML)
getAttributeValue( ): 7.3.4. Backtracking (Java & XML)
getBody( ): 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
getChild( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
getChildNodes( ): 5.2.3.3. Working with nodes (Java & XML)
getChildren( ): 7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
getColumnNumber( ): 3.3.1. The Document Locator (Java & XML)
getContent( ): 7.3.4. Backtracking (Java & XML)
7.3.4. Backtracking (Java & XML)
getDetailEntries( ): 12.4.2. Better Error Handling (Java & XML)
getDocumentElement( ): 5.2.3.3. Working with nodes (Java & XML)
getException( ): 3.3.2. The Beginning and the End of a Document (Java & XML)
getFeature( ): 9.3.1.2. Changes in SAX classes (Java & XML)
getInstance( ): 11.4.2. Shared Instances (Java & XML)
getItem( ): 15.2.2. Source Generation (Java & XML)
getLineNumber( ): 3.3.1. The Document Locator (Java & XML)
getListOfEvents( ): 11.3.1. A Shared Handler (Java & XML)
getLocalName(int index): 3.3.5. Element Callbacks (Java & XML)
getNodeName( ): 5.2.3.3. Working with nodes (Java & XML)
getOutputProperties( ): 5.4.1. Templates API (Java and XSLT)
getOutputStream( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
8.4.2. XSLT Transformation Filter (Java and XSLT)
getParameter( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
getPersonalData( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
getResource( ): 6.2.4. Servlet API Highlights (Java and XSLT)
getResourceAsStream( ): 6.2.4. Servlet API Highlights (Java and XSLT)
getProperty( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
9.3.1.2. Changes in SAX classes (Java & XML)
getRootElement( ): 7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
getServletInfo( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
getText( ): 7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
getTextTrim( ): 7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
getURI(int index): 3.3.5. Element Callbacks (Java & XML)
getWriter( ): 6.1.1. Splash Screen Servlet Example (Java and XSLT)
8.4.2. XSLT Transformation Filter (Java and XSLT)
getXMLReader( ): 9.3.1.1. The road to SAX 2.0 (Java & XML)
getXPath( ): 8.3.3. Providing Support for XPath (Java & XML)
init( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
stylesheets, location of: 6.3.6. Locating Stylesheets with Initialization Parameters (Java and XSLT)
InputSource class: 3.1.2.1. Always provide absolute URIs (SAX2)
isNamespaceAware( ): 9.2.1.2. Working with the SAXParser class (Java & XML)
isValidating( ): 9.2.1.2. Working with the SAXParser class (Java & XML)
list( ): 12.3.2.1. Code artifacts (Java & XML)
12.4.2. Better Error Handling (Java & XML)
load( ): 7.3. XMLProperties (Java & XML)
7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
loadFromElements( ): 7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
7.3.2. Loading XML (Java & XML)
log( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
main(): 1.2.4.2. DOM (Java and XSLT)
mapTypes( ): 12.4.1. Custom Parameter Types (Java & XML)
marshal( ): 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
15.4.3. Marshalling and Unmarshalling (Java & XML)
naming and messaging services: 13.4.1. A Messaging Service (Java & XML)
newSAXParser( ): 9.2.1.1. A look at the SAXParserFactory class (Java & XML)
newTransformer( ): 9.3.2.1. Working with the factory (Java & XML)
parse( ): 3.2.2. Parsing the Document (Java & XML)
propertyNames( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
remote calls: 11.2.3. Writing the Server (Java & XML)
removeEvent( ): 11.3.1. A Shared Handler (Java & XML)
11.3.1. A Shared Handler (Java & XML)
RMI, invocation by: 11.1.1. What Is RMI? (Java & XML)
save( ): 7.3. XMLProperties (Java & XML)
service( ): 6.5.2. Thread Safety Tips (Java and XSLT)
setAttribute( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
9.3.2.1. Working with the factory (Java & XML)
setDriver( ): 11.2.3. Writing the Server (Java & XML)
11.2.4. Writing the Client (Java & XML)
setErrorListener( ): 9.3.2.1. Working with the factory (Java & XML)
setExpandEntities( ): 8.1.2. The EntityRef Class (Java & XML)
setFeature( ): 9.3.1.2. Changes in SAX classes (Java & XML)
setProperty( ): 9.3.1.2. Changes in SAX classes (Java & XML)
setSystemId( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
setText( ): 7.2.3. Creating XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
showErrorPage( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
showPage( ): 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
startDocument( ): 1.2.4.1. SAX (Java and XSLT)
startElement( ): 1.2.4.1. SAX (Java and XSLT)
startDocument( ): 3.3.2. The Beginning and the End of a Document (Java & XML)
store( ): 7.3. XMLProperties (Java & XML)
7.3.1. Storing XML (Java & XML)
7.3.4. Backtracking (Java & XML)
synchronization: 5.4.2. A Stylesheet Cache (Java and XSLT)
transform( ): 9.3.2.2. Transforming XML (Java & XML)
toURL( ): 5.1.2. Xalan 1 Implementation (Java and XSLT)
Transformer( ): 5.4.2. A Stylesheet Cache (Java and XSLT)
unmarshall( ): 15.4.3. Marshalling and Unmarshalling (Java & XML)
XML output, for formatting: 7.2.4. Outputting XML with JDOM (Java & XML)
XML-RPC, invocation in: 11.2.2. Writing the Handler (Java & XML)
XMLReader interface, for setting: 4.1.1. Setting Properties and Features (Java & XML)
methods (DOM): 7.2.6.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
Document class: 7.2.1.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
Elements node: 7.2.8.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
Node class: 7.2.4.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
NodeList class: 7.2.5.2. Methods (Perl & XML)
Microsoft
and character sets: 5.7. Platform-Dependent Character Sets (XML in a Nutshell)
font configuration, determining: 8.6.3. Putting It All Together (Java and XSLT)
Internet Explorer, XSL stylesheet: 10.3.3. Browser-Dependent Styling (Java & XML)
Microsoft DTD repository (biztalk.org): 3.10. Locating Standard DTDs (XML in a Nutshell)
MXSML Parser: 1.3.2. A Parser (Java & XML)
shipping CDFs: 6.1. Rich Site Summary: RSS (SAX2)
SOAP implementation: 12.2.1.2. Isn't Microsoft a player? (Java & XML)
User-Agent: 8.3. Identifying the Browser (Java and XSLT)
Windows, Cocoon binaries: 10.2.1. Source Code or Binaries (Java & XML)
XSLT support: 1.5. Web Browser Support for XSLT (Java and XSLT)
7.2.3. XSLT Stylesheets (Java and XSLT)
Windows, Unicode support: 8.6.2.1. Creating the XML and XSLT (Java and XSLT)
MIME media types: 5.1. Character-Set Metadata (XML in a Nutshell)
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax (XML in a Nutshell)
for stylesheets: 12.3. Associating Stylesheets with XML Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
minExclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
minInclusive facet element: 16.6.2.4.1. Minimum and maximum values (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
minLength facet element: 16.6.2.2. Restricting length (XML in a Nutshell)
21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
minOccurs attribute: 2.2. Our First Schema (XML Schema)
compositors and particles: 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles (XML Schema)
extending attribute/element groups, issues with: 8.2.2.1. Extension (XML Schema)
minOccurs attribute (xs:element element): 16.4.1. Occurrence Constraints (XML in a Nutshell)
Miscellaneous Symbols Unicode block: 26.3.25. Miscellaneous Symbols (XML in a Nutshell)
Miscellaneous Technical Unicode block: 26.3.22. Miscellaneous Technical (XML in a Nutshell)
%Misc.extra entity reference: 7.3.2. Mixing Your Applications into XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
mixed attribute: 7.2.1. Content Models (XML Schema)
mixed content
element type: 3.2.7. Mixed Content (XML in a Nutshell)
20.2. Annotated Sample Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition) (XML in a Nutshell)
in elements: 2.2.3. Mixed Content (XML in a Nutshell)
schemas and: 16.7. Mixed Content (XML in a Nutshell)
mixed content models: 2.2. Our First Schema (XML Schema)
creating: 7.5.1. Creating Mixed Content Models (XML Schema)
derivation by extension: 7.5.2.1. Derivation by extension (XML Schema)
derivation by restriction: 7.5.2.2. Derivation by restriction (XML Schema)
deriving from complex contents: 7.5.2.3. Derivation between complex and mixed content models (XML Schema)
xs:annotation element and: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element (XML Schema)
mixed mode: 2.6.3. Namespace Feature Flags (SAX2)
<mml:math> element: 10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
mod (XPath arithmetic operator): 9.6.1. Numbers (XML in a Nutshell)
mode attribute: 4.3.2. Templates à la Mode (XSLT)
9.5.1. Stylesheets and Modes (XSLT)
mode attributes for XSLT elements: 8.8. Modes (XML in a Nutshell)
mode=generate-pdf attribute: 9.5.6. Generating the PDF Files (XSLT)
modeling tools for schema languages: A.1.3. Intrusive Modeling Tools (XML Schema)
modes: 3.2.5. Template Modes (Java and XSLT)
Modular XHTML (see XHTML 1.1)
modularity of W3C XML Schema: 2.3.1. W3C XML Schema Is Modular (XML Schema)
vs. depth of schemas: 3.2.1. Depth Versus Modularity? (XML Schema)
Modularization of XHTML (W3C specification): 7.3.1. Mixing XHTML into Your Applications (XML in a Nutshell)
modules: 1.4. A Myriad of Modules (Perl & XML)
CPAN and: 1.1. Why Use Perl with XML? (Perl & XML)
XML: 9.1. XML Modules (Perl & XML)
modules, XHTML: 7.3. Authoring Compound Documents with Modular XHTML (XML in a Nutshell)
monetary symbols, Unicode block for: 26.3.18. Currency Symbols (XML in a Nutshell)
Mosher, Ed: 1.4. The Evolution of XML (XML in a Nutshell)
6.1. SGML's Legacy (XML in a Nutshell)
Mosher, Edward: 2.1. A Brief History of XML (Perl & XML)
Motorola Mobile Application Development Kit: 10.1. Wireless Technologies (Java and XSLT)
$mouse-effects variable: 9.5.2. Initializing Global Variables (XSLT)
mouse_over( ) function: 8.1.2.1. Example: A library of trigonometric functions (XSLT)
Mozilla, displaying XML in: 7.2.3. Netscape and Mozilla (XML in a Nutshell)
MSXML and stylesheet processors: 8.3. Stylesheet Processors (XML in a Nutshell)
MSXML Java parser: 1.4.1. SAX1 (SAX2)
MSXML parser: 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
Muellner, Leonard: 6.4. DocBook (XML in a Nutshell)
Muench method: 6.2.4. The <xsl:key> Approach (XSLT)
Muench, Steve: 6.2.4. The <xsl:key> Approach (XSLT)
multilingual documents: 5.11. xml:lang (XML in a Nutshell)
multithreaded applications, using SAX with: 1.2.4. Other Reasons to Prefer SAX (SAX2)
Murata, Makoto: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule (XML Schema)
A.3.3. The RELAX NG Family (XML Schema)
A.7. RELAX NG (XML Schema)
Murray-Rust, Peter: 1.4. The Evolution of XML (XML in a Nutshell)
MVC (model-view-controller): 4.2. The Universal Design (Java and XSLT)
advantages: 4.2.2. Model-View-Controller (Java and XSLT)
classes: 4.2.2. Model-View-Controller (Java and XSLT)
controller, purpose: 4.2.2. Model-View-Controller (Java and XSLT)
dependencies: 4.2.2. Model-View-Controller (Java and XSLT)
scalability: 4.2.2. Model-View-Controller (Java and XSLT)
My Netscape, using RSS: 6.1. Rich Site Summary: RSS (SAX2)
MySQL dump: 7.3.2. Data Adapter Layer (Java and XSLT)

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