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Subject: Question regarding DTDs
I'm fairly new to XML, but I have written some applications to build XML
documents. I've used DTDs to validate that my document is well-formed, but
know that DTDs can do a lot for me. Can a DTD be used to actually build an
XML document? In other words, can I say "here's a database file or a
tab-delimited file" and "here's the associated DTD" and use the DTD to
the XML document? Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but we have so
many vendors wanting data in a various number of formats. It would be
if something like this is possible. It would take a lot of the pressure
of us. I'd appreciate any input.
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