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You only have to use " in an attribute value that’s delimited by double quotes and ' in an attribute value that’s delimited by single quotes (these are the only places where they are significant). The only time you have to use > to escape a greater-than sign is after double close square brackets (]]). But if in doubt, use the entity! The big difference between HTML and XHTML in this regard lies in the fact that these are the only entities that are recognized in XML applications. In HTML, you’re used to having a whole range of other entities at your disposal, giving symbols, accented characters, and things like nonbreaking spaces.

Org/TR/REC-xml. 0. The characters that have been added to Unicode are mainly additional Chinese, Japanese, or Korean ideographs, historical scripts, and mathematical and currency symbols. 0 only considers certain combinations of newlines (#xA) and carriage returns (#xD) as line ends. 1, next line (NEL—#x85), which is used to indicate line endings on IBM and IBMcompatible mainframes, and the Unicode line separator character (#x2028) are also considered to be line ends. All line ends are normalized to newline (#xA) characters during parsing.

Deciding on a Naming Convention The second decision to make before progressing on to the really hard work is to decide what naming convention to use. You’ll remember from earlier in the chapter that there is no prescribed naming convention for XML markup languages, so it’s up to you what you use. You may even wish to adopt different naming conventions for the different types of names (element, attribute, and entity names, and enumerated values) that you use in your document. XML is case-sensitive, but which case convention you use is really a matter of preference.

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