I think i didnīt explain myself properly..
I mean if in a .dtd I can find the reference &#...;, not in the .xml. Not
the definition, just the reference to a character for example in the middle
of a name, or in other place..
<!ATTLIST A B (&#...;abc,adg)>
<!ENTITY A "&#...;abdcbddb">
<!ENTITY % A "&#...;abdcbddb">
do you understand me better?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John E. Simpson [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: den 29 april 2001 17:58
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Can i find a character reference in a DTD?
> At 05:37 PM 04/29/2001 +0300, Marta Carrasco wrote:
> >Do you know if itīs possible to find a character reference in a DTD?
> If I've understood your question correctly, look for the string:
> In a given DTD, there may be hundreds of these. The character
> entities will
> be the ones whose replacement values look like "&#...;" --
> where ... might
> be a straight decimal number, or in hex form (in which case
> the ... will be
> preceded by an x, as in " ").
> Or are you looking for how to define a *particular* entity,
> for use in your
> own DTD?
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