Algorithms in SNOBOL4 by James F. Gimpel

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Such external references may be useful in data exchange. 6 of an XML document that uses external documents. Consider the abstract defined in the prologue. We define a bs t r a c t as an "entity" consisting of some external XML file. The use of %abstract; in the report results in inserting the entire abstract document at that position. Thus, the document includes explicitly only the elements meta (some meta information about the report), and t i t 1e; the abstract and content are fetched from other documents.

XML uses the term "attribute" for what is sometimes called a "property" in data models. In XML, attributes are defined as (name,value) pairs. 12

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As with tags, users may define arbitrary attributes, like 1 an g u age, currency, and fo r mat above. The value of an attribute is always a string and must be enclosed in quotation marks.

4 illustrates such an example. With references, the analogy between XML and semistructured data is less clean. 5. We could encode this in XML either as Kb id="&o123"> some string and assume that the attribute c is a reference attribute, or as some string assuming that b is now a reference attribute. 3 Order The semistructured data model we described earlier is based on unordered collections, while XML is ordered. 4 XML representation of cross-references.

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