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UCS-4 encoding: 5.9. The Default Character Set for XML Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
UDDI (Universal Discovery, Description, and Integration): 1.2.3. XML-Based Applications (Java & XML)
13.2. UDDI (Java & XML)
implementations: 13.2. UDDI (Java & XML)
registry: 13.2. UDDI (Java & XML)
searching: 13.4.3. Searching a UDDI Registry (Java & XML)
unabbreviated location paths: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths (XML in a Nutshell)
unabbreviated syntax: 3.2.6.1. Unabbreviated syntax (XSLT)
unassigned code points (Unicode): 26.1. Character Tables (XML in a Nutshell)
UnavailableException: 6.3.3. Source Code (Java and XSLT)
Underwood, Walter: 7.4.3. Robots (XML in a Nutshell)
Unexpanded Entity Reference Information Items: B.7. Unexpanded Entity Reference Information Items (SAX2)
Unicoce Transformation Format (see UTF)
Unicode
blocks: 6.4.3.2. Unicode character classes (XML Schema)
checking string datatypes: 6.5.1.1. Unicode blocks (XML Schema)
categories: 6.4.3.2. Unicode character classes (XML Schema)
character classes: 6.4.3.2. Unicode character classes (XML Schema)
Unicode blocks: 26.3. Other Unicode Blocks (XML in a Nutshell)
Arabic: 26.3.10. Arabic (XML in a Nutshell)
Armenian: 26.3.8. Armenian (XML in a Nutshell)
Arrows: 26.3.20. Arrows (XML in a Nutshell)
Currency Symbols: 26.3.18. Currency Symbols (XML in a Nutshell)
Cyrillic: 26.3.7. Cyrillic (XML in a Nutshell)
Devanagari: 26.3.11. Devanagari (XML in a Nutshell)
Dingbat: 26.3.26. Dingbats (XML in a Nutshell)
General Punctuation: 26.3.17. General Punctuation (XML in a Nutshell)
Geometric Shapes: 26.3.24. Geometric Shapes (XML in a Nutshell)
Greek Extended: 26.3.16. Greek Extended (XML in a Nutshell)
Greek/Coptic: 26.3.6. Greek and Coptic (XML in a Nutshell)
Hebrew: 26.3.9. Hebrew (XML in a Nutshell)
IPA Extensions: 26.3.3. IPA Extensions (XML in a Nutshell)
Latin Extended-A: 26.3.1. Latin Extended-A (XML in a Nutshell)
Latin Extended Additional: 26.3.15. Latin Extended Additional (XML in a Nutshell)
Latin Extended-B: 26.3.2. Latin Extended-B (XML in a Nutshell)
Letter-like Symbols: 26.3.19. Letter-Like Symbols (XML in a Nutshell)
Mathematical Operators: 26.3.21. Mathematical Operators (XML in a Nutshell)
Miscellaneous Symbols: 26.3.25. Miscellaneous Symbols (XML in a Nutshell)
Miscellaneous Technical: 26.3.22. Miscellaneous Technical (XML in a Nutshell)
Optical Character Recognition: 26.3.23. Optical Character Recognition (XML in a Nutshell)
Spacing Modifier Letters: 26.3.4. Spacing Modifier Letters (XML in a Nutshell)
Thai: 26.3.12. Thai (XML in a Nutshell)
Tibetan: 26.3.13. Tibetan (XML in a Nutshell)
Unicode character classes: 21.2. Schema Elements (XML in a Nutshell)
Unicode character encodings: 1.1. Why Use Perl with XML? (Perl & XML)
2.6. Unicode, Character Sets, and Encodings (Perl & XML)
3.9. Character Sets and Encodings (Perl & XML)
conversion: 3.9.4. Encoding Conversion (Perl & XML)
Perl support for: 3.9.3.1. Core Perl support (Perl & XML)
XML: 3.9.1. Unicode, Perl, and XML (Perl & XML)
vs. ASCII: 1.6. XML Gotchas (Perl & XML)
Unicode characters: 5. Internationalization (XML in a Nutshell)
character references and: 20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures (XML in a Nutshell)
character set names: 26. Character Sets (XML in a Nutshell)
character tables for: 26.1. Character Tables (XML in a Nutshell)
encoding attribute in XML declaration: 2.9.1. encoding (XML in a Nutshell)
Unicode Consortium: 2.6. Unicode, Character Sets, and Encodings (Perl & XML)
Unicode for internationalization: 4.1.3. Internationalization Concerns (SAX2)
Unicode Normalization Form C: B.3. Document Information Item (SAX2)
internationalizing character encodings: 4.1.3. Internationalization Concerns (SAX2)
Unicode::String module: 3.9.4.2. Unicode::String (Perl & XML)
Uniform Resource Identifiers (see URIs)
Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs): 10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
uniform resource indicators (URIs): 3.2.1. Instantiating a Reader (Java & XML)
uniform resource locators (see URLs)
Uniform Resource Names (URNs): 3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration (XML in a Nutshell)
union
of character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
derivation by: 5.3. Derivation By Union (XML Schema)
11.2.1. Defining Simple Types (XML Schema)
Unique Particle Attribution Rule: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule (XML Schema)
xsi:type as workaround against: 11.2.2. Defining Complex Types (XML Schema)
uniqueness, defining tests for: 9.2.1. Uniqueness (XML Schema)
units of length (CSS): 12.6. Pixels, Points, Picas, and Other Units of Length (XML in a Nutshell)
UCS (Universal Character Set): 8.6.2. Encodings (Java and XSLT)
Universal Discovery, Description, and Integration (see UDDI)
universal names for attributes and elements: 2.6.2. Element and Attribute Naming with Namespaces (SAX2)
Universal Resource Identifier (see URI)
Universal Resource Locator (URL): 2.4.1. SAX2 Feature Flags (SAX2)
Universal Resource Name (see URM)
UNIX, writing XML output: 2.2.3.2. Concerns when writing XML text (SAX2)
unknown validation behavior: 2.4.1. SAX2 Feature Flags (SAX2)
unmarshal( ): 15.4.3. Marshalling and Unmarshalling (Java & XML)
unmarshaling: 3.5.2.2. Turning objects into SAX events (SAX2)
4.4. Turning SAX Events into Data Structures (SAX2)
unmarshalling: 15.1.2. Unmarshalling (Java & XML)
unordered content models, limitations on: 7.4.1.5. Limitations on unordered content models (XML Schema)
unparsed data: 2.1.1.5. Unparsed data (Java & XML)
unparsed entities, datatypes for: 4.3.3.1. Tokenss (XML Schema)
unparsed entity information items: B.11. Unparsed Entity Information Items (SAX2)
unparsed-entity-uri( ) function: C. XSLT and XPath Function Reference (XSLT)
unparsed-entity-uri( ) (XSLT): 23.3. XSLT Functions (XML in a Nutshell)
unparsed general entities: 3.6. External Unparsed Entities and Notations (XML in a Nutshell)
17.2.5. Unparsed Entities (XML in a Nutshell)
declaring notations: 20.4.2. Validity Constraints (XML in a Nutshell)
not allowed in entity references: 20.4.1. Well-Formedness Constraints (XML in a Nutshell)
XML specification for: 20.2. Annotated Sample Documents (XML in a Nutshell)
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition) (XML in a Nutshell)
unparsedEntityDecl( ) callback function: 4.3.2. The DTDHandler Interface (SAX2)
unparsed_entity_decl method for PerlSAX DTD handlers: 5.2. DTD Handlers (Perl & XML)
unqualified names, XML specification for: 20.3.4. Namespaces (XML in a Nutshell)
unqualified vs. qualified attributes: 10.3. To Qualify Or Not to Qualify? (XML Schema)
unstructured XML documents: 5.3. Generating Links in Unstructured Documents (XSLT)
UpdateItemServlet class: 6.1.1. Creating a New DOM Tree (Java & XML)
6.3.3. Range (Java & XML)
UP.SDK: 10.3.4. WAP and XML (Java & XML)
URI mappings, storage in data structures: 3.3.4. Namespace Callbacks (Java & XML)
URI (Universal Resource Identifier): 2.4.1. SAX2 Feature Flags (SAX2)
base: B.2.2. Base URIs, xml:base, and Locator Data (SAX2)
defining new handlers and features: 3.3. Configuring XMLReader Behavior (SAX2)
filenames vs.: 3.1.3. Filenames Versus URIs (SAX2)
InputSource class and: 3.1.2.1. Always provide absolute URIs (SAX2)
namespaces and: 2.6.1. What Namespaces Do to XML (SAX2)
URIResolver interface: 9.3.2.1. Working with the factory (Java & XML)
A.3.2.9. URIResolver (Java & XML)
URIs (uniform resource indicators): 3.2.1. Instantiating a Reader (Java & XML)
10.1. Perl and XML Namespaces (Perl & XML)
3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration (XML in a Nutshell)
absolute vs. relative: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents (XML Schema)
assigning elements to: 4.2. Namespace Syntax (XML in a Nutshell)
base: 7.3. Invoking the document( ) Function (XSLT)
binding prefixes to: 4.2.2. Binding Prefixes to URIs (XML in a Nutshell)
controlling parser behavior for SAX: 19.2. SAX Features and Properties (XML in a Nutshell)
25.3. SAX Features and Properties (XML in a Nutshell)
conventions for using: 4.2.2. Binding Prefixes to URIs (XML in a Nutshell)
namespace: 8.1.1.1. Example: Generating multiple output files (XSLT)
namespace attribute and: 10.11. Allowing Any Elements or Attributes from a Particular Namespace (XML Schema)
property and feature IDs as: 4.1.1. Setting Properties and Features (Java & XML)
referencing schemas with target namespaces: 11.1. Associating Schemas with Instance Documents (XML Schema)
targetNamespace attribute and: 10.2. Namespace Declarations (XML Schema)
using schemas at original locations: 10.7.1. XML Attributes (XML Schema)
XML documents and: 7. Combining XML Documents (XSLT)
XPointer syntax and: 0.. What This Book Covers (XML in a Nutshell)
xs:anyURI datatype: 4.3.3.3. URIs (XML Schema)
xs:anyURI type and: 16.2.4. Simple Types (XML in a Nutshell)
21.3. Primitive Types (XML in a Nutshell)
URL (Universal Resource Locator): 2.4.1. SAX2 Feature Flags (SAX2)
URLs (uniform resource locators): 3.2.1. Instantiating a Reader (Java & XML)
Adobe SVG plug-ins: 2.5.1. The Hello World SVG File (XSLT)
Apache Jetspeed project: 14.3.1. Rich Site Summary (Java & XML)
developerWorks: 9. Case Study: The Toot-O-Matic (XSLT)
DOMit servlet: 1.2.3.1.1. A sample DOM tree (XSLT)
EXSLT project: 8.3.2. Accessing a Database with an Extension Element (XSLT)
file names, converting to system IDs: 5.3.1. System Identifiers, Files, and URLs (Java and XSLT)
Java and XML web site: 3.1.3. Have an XML Document on Hand (Java & XML)
rewriting: 8.2.1. Servlet Session-Tracking API (Java and XSLT)
SAX: 1.2.3. DOM and SAX (XSLT)
SAX API Javadocs: 3.1.2. Getting the SAX Classes and Interfaces (Java & XML)
Saxon processor: 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
W3C: 1.2.3. DOM and SAX (XSLT)
Xalan processor: 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
Xerces parser: 3.1.1. Obtaining a Parser (Java & XML)
XML documents and: 7. Combining XML Documents (XSLT)
XML parser (Oracle): 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
and XPointers: 11.1. XPointers on URLs (XML in a Nutshell)
XSLT processor (Microsoft): 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
XT processor: 0.2.3. I Don't Care Which Standards-Compliant Tools You Use (XSLT)
URNs (Uniform Resource Names): 3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration (XML in a Nutshell)
2.4.1. SAX2 Feature Flags (SAX2)
FPIs (Formal Public Identifiers) and: 3.4. The EntityResolver Interface (SAX2)
use cases, APIs and data binding: 15.1.4. Use Cases (Java & XML)
user-defined character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes (XML Schema)
User-Agent HTTP header: 8.3. Identifying the Browser (Java and XSLT)
10.3.2.1. Identifying the client (Java and XSLT)
User-Agent values: 8.3. Identifying the Browser (Java and XSLT)
user interface prototypes: 7.2.1. XHTML Prototypes (Java and XSLT)
UTF-8: 8.6.2. Encodings (Java and XSLT)
UTFs (UCS Transformation Formats): 8.6.2. Encodings (Java and XSLT)
UTF-8/16 character encoding: 2.2.3.2. Concerns when writing XML text (SAX2)
3.1.2.2. Providing entity text (SAX2)
B.3. Document Information Item (SAX2)
UTF-8 character encodings: 1.1. Why Use Perl with XML? (Perl & XML)
2.6. Unicode, Character Sets, and Encodings (Perl & XML)
3.9. Character Sets and Encodings (Perl & XML)
3.9.2.1. UTF-8 (Perl & XML)
UTF-16 encoding: 5.4. XML-Defined Character Sets (XML in a Nutshell)
5.5.1. UCS-2 and UTF-16 (XML in a Nutshell)
26. Character Sets (XML in a Nutshell)
encoding declaration and: 20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures (XML in a Nutshell)
omitting encoding declaration: 5.2. The Encoding Declaration (XML in a Nutshell)
UTF-32 character encodings: 3.9.2.3. UTF-32 (Perl & XML)
UTF (Unicode Transformation Format): 3.9.2. Unicode Encodings (Perl & XML)
utils.xslt: 7.2.3. XSLT Stylesheets (Java and XSLT)

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