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    This is an article discussion thread for discussing the SitePoint article, "XML DTDs Vs XML Schema"

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    SXCHALU
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    Its good !!

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    Steven McNena
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    It hits the point ,easy to read, Many other sites relating to DTD's and XML Schemas are simply pants

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    tatvi
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    It's good. Simple, Precise keeping it to the point.

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    Mike Gibbons
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    Very readable, clear presentation.

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    Steve Whalen
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    Excellent summary. One point in favor of Schema which I did not glean from this article is that I think they more flexibly support namespace prefixes than DTDs do. If you want to prefix your elements with namespace prefixes, I believe a DTD has to include those prefixes whereas a schema does not. In other words, schema allow you to add or change namespace prefixes "after the fact". Does that sound correct? Any comments?

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    Bhupendra S. Bramhe
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    please send the correct procedure and study material(Tutorial) of XML: DTD,XSLT,CDATA,PARSER,SCHEMA.

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    Thanks a lot

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    Ben
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    Good article. I think the benefits of DTD over Schema are a little overstated though

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    I'd like to see this article updated. This is a pretty useful stuff, but with latest LINQ developments, REST and other technologies it would make sense to revise.


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