Inside XML

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New Riders, 2001 - Computers - 1102 pages
The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) contains the uniformpolicies and procedures for acquisitions by executive agencies of the federalgovernment. The FAR is issued and maintained by the Departmentof Defense, the General Services Administration, and the National Aeronauticsand Space Administration. This volume reproduces the FAR and allamendments to the regulations issued prior to this January 1, 2011Edition, along with an easy-to-use topical index. Sources of theamended text are listed in brackets along with the date of issuance and theeffective date for all sections changed since the initial text of FARappeared in the Federal Register of September 19, 1983.Included in this edition:10 Federal Acquisition Circulars32 Final Rules15 Interim Rules1 CorrectionsWith up-to-date coverage on these topics:Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction ProjectsHUBZone Program RevisionsFederal Awardee Performance and Integrity Information SystemRecovery Act -- Whistleblower ProtectionsRepeal of Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration ProgramPersonal Identity Verification of Contractor PersonnelElectronic Subcontracting Reporting SystemNotification of Employee Rights Under the National Labor Relations ActPublic Disclosure of Justification and Approval Documents for NoncompetitiveContractsRecovery Act -- GAO/IG AccessDisclosure and Consistency of Cost Accounting Practices for Contracts Awardedto Foreign ConcernsRegistry of Disaster Response ContractorsRecovery Act -- Subcontract Reporting ProceduresClarification of Criteria for Sole Source Awards to SDVSBCsReporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract AwardsRecovery Act -- Buy American Requirements for Construction MaterialsCertification Requirement and Procurement Prohibition Relating to IranSanctionsTermination for Default ReportingBuy American Exemption for Commercial Information Technology
 

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Contents

Essential XML
1
Creating WellFormed XML Documents
51
Creating Document
97
A DTD Example
123
Validating Against a DTD
139
Building a Document from Pieces
154
Embedding NonXML Data in a Document
193
Declaring Types and Elements
208
Java and SAX
561
XSL Transformations
619
XSL Formatting Objects
673
XLinks and XPointers
721
Essential XHTML
765
XHTML at Work
815
Resource Description Framework and Channel
861
Vector Markup Language
905

Creating Empty Elements
223
Understanding JavaScript
241
Handling XML Documents with JavaScript
297
Cascading Style Sheets
399
Understanding Java
453
Java and the XML DOM
501
WML ASP JSP Servlets and Perl
959
A The XML 1 0 Specification
1005
Physical Structures
1034
Notation
1047
Index
1061
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Steven Holzner has been writing about XML about as long as XML has been around. He's written 63 books, all on programming topics, and selling well over a million copies. His books have been translated into 16 languages around the world and include a good number of industry bestsellers. He's a former contributing editor of PC Magazine, graduated from MIT, and received his Ph.D. at Cornell. He's been on the faculty of both MIT and Cornell.

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