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Index: D

data attribute
CharacterData interface: 24.2. Object Reference
ProcessingInstruction interface: 24.2. Object Reference
data format, XML: 1.2. Portable Data
15. XML as a Data Format
data-oriented DTDs: 3.9.1. Data-Oriented DTDs
databases and XML: 1.1.1. What XML Is Not
15.1.4. Data Storage/Retrieval
decimal character references: 5.10. Character References
decimal format patterns: 23.2. XSLT Elements
23.3. XSLT Functions
declarations
attribute: 3.3. Attribute Declarations
commenting out: 3.8. Conditional Inclusion
DeclHandler interface and: 25.4. The org.xml.sax.ext Package
default: 3.3.2. Attribute Defaults
20.4.2. Validity Constraints
document type: 3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration
element (see element declarations)
element type (see element type declarations)
encoding: 5.2. The Encoding Declaration
20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures
external
including: 16.8.1.1. Including external declarations
modifying: 16.8.1.2. Modifying external declarations
general entity: 3.4. General Entity Declarations
20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
notation: 3.6. External Unparsed Entities and Notations
20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
names must be unique: 20.4.2. Validity Constraints
unparsed entities and: 20.4.2. Validity Constraints
standalone: 20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.1. Global Syntax Structures
text (see text declarations)
DeclHandler interface (SAX): 25.4. The org.xml.sax.ext Package
default declarations for attributes: 3.3.2. Attribute Defaults
XML specification for: 20.4.2. Validity Constraints
default namespaces, setting: 4.2.4. Setting a Default Namespace with the xmlns Attribute
20.3.4. Namespaces
default templates for XML document nodes: 8.7.1. The Default Template Rule for Text and Attribute Nodes
default values, XML specification for: 20.2. Annotated Sample Documents
20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
DefaultHandler class (SAX): 19.1. The ContentHandler Interface
25.2. The org.xml.sax.helpers Package
deleteData( ) (DOM): 24.2. Object Reference
derived types: 16.2.5. Attribute Declarations
controlling: 16.9. Controlling Type Derivation
deriving
by extension: 16.8.2.1. Deriving by extension
by restriction: 16.8.2.2. Deriving by restriction
using: 16.8.2.3. Using derived types
xs:complexContent element and: 16.5.1. complexContent
descendant axis: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths
22.3.2. Axes
descendant-or-self axis: 9.5. Unabbreviated Location Paths
22.3.2. Axes
Devanagari Unicode block: 26.3.11. Devanagari
Dingbats Unicode block: 26.3.26. Dingbats
display property (CSS): 12.5. The Display Property
div (XPath arithmetic operator): 9.6.1. Numbers
DocBook: 6.4. DocBook
entity sets and: 5.10. Character References
doctype attribute (Document interface): 24.2. Object Reference
DOCTYPE declaration: 3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration
20.4.2. Validity Constraints
document element (see root element)
Document interface (DOM): 18.4.2.1. Document
24.2. Object Reference
attributes for: 24.2. Object Reference
methods for: 24.2. Object Reference
nodeName attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
nodeValue attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
object hierarchy: 24.1. Object Hierarchy
document model modules, defining parameter entity references with: 7.3.3. Mixing Your Own XHTML
Document Object Model (see DOM)
Document Style Sheet and Semantics Language (DSSSL): 1.4. The Evolution of XML
6.6. Transformation and Presentation
document type declaration: 3.1.2. The Document Type Declaration
20.4.2. Validity Constraints
document type definitions (see DTDs)
document( ) (XSLT): 23.3. XSLT Functions
documentElement attribute (Document interface): 24.2. Object Reference
DocumentFragment interface (DOM): 18.4.2.2. DocumentFragment
24.2. Object Reference
nodeName attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
nodeValue attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
object hierarchy: 24.1. Object Hierarchy
DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE (DOM node type) and nodeType attribute: 18.3. Node and Other Generic Interfaces
24.2. Object Reference
DOCUMENT_NODE (DOM node type) and nodeType attribute: 18.3. Node and Other Generic Interfaces
24.2. Object Reference
documents, XML (see XML, documents)
DocumentType interface (DOM): 18.4.1.1. DocumentType
24.2. Object Reference
nodeName attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
nodeValue attribute and: 24.2. Object Reference
object hierarchy: 24.1. Object Hierarchy
DOCUMENT_TYPE_NODE (DOM node type) and nodeType attribute: 18.3. Node and Other Generic Interfaces
24.2. Object Reference
DOM Core: 24. DOM Reference
content nodes: 18.4.2. Content Nodes
structural nodes: 18.4.1. Structural Nodes
structure of: 18.2. Structure of the DOM Core
DOM (Document Object Model): 0.. What This Book Covers
18. Document Object Model (DOM)
document structure: 18.3.3. Relating Document Structure to Nodes
generic vs. specific interfaces: 18.2.1. Generic Versus Specific DOM Interfaces
IDL (Interface Definition Language) notation and: 18.1.1. DOM Notation
Level 1 vs. Level 2: 18.1. DOM Foundations
24. DOM Reference
Node interface: 24. DOM Reference
object hierarchy: 24.1. Object Hierarchy
parsing a document with: 18.6. Parsing a Document with DOM
reference: 24. DOM Reference
sample application: 18.7. A Simple DOM Application
strengths/weaknesses: 18.1.2. DOM Strengths and Weaknesses
TrAX and: 23.4. TrAX
DOM Level 3: 1.4. The Evolution of XML
18. Document Object Model (DOM)
18.6. Parsing a Document with DOM
DOMException interface: 24.2. Object Reference
DOMImplementation interface: 18.4.2.1. Document
18.5. The DOMImplementation Interface
methods for: 24.2. Object Reference
DOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR exception (DOM): 24.2. Object Reference
DSSSL (Document Style Sheet and Semantics Language): 1.4. The Evolution of XML
6.6. Transformation and Presentation
DTDHandler interface (SAX): 25.1. The org.xml.sax Package
DTDs: 1.1. The Benefits of XML
3. Document Type Definitions (DTDs)
attribute declarations: 3.3. Attribute Declarations
data-oriented: 3.9.1. Data-Oriented DTDs
defining general entity references: 5.10. Character References
document permanence and: 6.5. Document Permanence
element declarations: 3.2. Element Declarations
external subsets (see external DTD subsets)
finding standard: 3.10. Locating Standard DTDs
general entities: 3.5. External Parsed General Entities
general entity declarations: 3.4. General Entity Declarations
internal subsets (see internal DTD subsets)
namespaces and: 4.4. Namespaces and DTDs
narrative-oriented: 3.9.2. Narrative-Oriented DTDs
6.2. Narrative Document Structures
parameter entities: 3.7. Parameter Entities
rddl:resource elements and: 14.2. RDDL Syntax
repository of: 3.10. Locating Standard DTDs
specifying rules using: 1.3. How XML Works
standalone attribute and: 2.9.2. standalone
TEI (Text Encoding Initiative): 6.3. TEI
validating XML documents: 3.1. Validation
16.1.1. Schemas Versus DTDs
for XHTML: 7.1.2. Three DTDs for XHTML
for XLinks: 10.6. DTDs for XLinks
XML specification for: 20.3.2. DTD (Document Type Definition)
Dublin Core: 7.4.2. Dublin Core
RDF (Resource Description Framework) and: 4.1. The Need for Namespaces
Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference: 24.2. Object Reference


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