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Author: Joachim Schnier | Website: http://www.cancerinform.net/

The XML file

Here one of the XML files used in this tutorial is shown starting with the XML declaration and followed by the XML tree. The xml syntax is very strict and unlike html is case sensitive. An opening tag (for example ) must be followed by a closing tag ( ). <?xml version="1.0"?> age: 21 eye color: dark blue hair color: blond height: 179 cm weight: 185 pounds age: 30 eye color: black hair color: dark brown height: 170 cm weight: 145 pounds age: 25 eye color: green hair color: black height: 163 cm weight: 125 pounds You should always test if your file has the correct syntax by opening it in your browser window. A correct file will show up like this.

correct file in IE

An incorrect file will be detected by the browser and give you a false statement. I put a file in the file collection, which has one mistake (fmodels_false.xml).

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2002-07-05
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The author is a scientist working in cancer research.
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