Developing SGML DTDs: From Text to Model to Markup
by Eve Maler, Jeanne El Andaloussi
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR 1995
Number of pages: 560
Document Type Definition (DTD) specifications form the foundation for every document based on the SGML language. This helpful guide shows how to develop DTDs that work, based a proven methodology and techniques. It explains how DTD development benefits from the same rigorous treatment as software development. For writers, editors, and other subject matter experts; software developers and other DTD implementors; and publishing managers.
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