OmniMark at Work: Getting started, Volume 1

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Architag Press, 1997 - Computers - 503 pages
 

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I still code with Omnimark, is a blazing fast streaming language.
I bought this book many years ago, yet still find myself peaking at it regularly. Is well written, easy to understand with good examples.

Contents

Simple
4
OmniMark Overview
23
Setting a Stream 77 Opening and Closing
79
Indexed Shelves 83 Keyed Shelves
86
Referents 39
101
Putting Referents Inside of Referents
110
7
117
Scoping Within a Control Structure
126
Processing RTF
233
Create RTF from SGML
247
Identify Components of an RTF Document
260
Nearidentity SGML Transformations
273
The World Wide Web
293
Creating Tables of Contents in HTML
299
The OmniMark External FunctionInterface
309
Writing Server Applications
317

Working with OmniMark
139
The submit Action 138
152
Date and Time
164
Using Comments
171
10
181
Functions
192
PART III
199
Processing Text
213
PARTV
337
Generalized Condition Syntax
347
Initiating SGML Parsing
354
Table of Contents
372
OmniMark Quick Reference Guide
427
OmniMark Keyword Definitions
436
Accessing CommandLine Arguments 353
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