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Basic question on XML Naming conventions

Anuradha Karunamuni
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It is said that element names cannot start with the string "xml" (or "XML", "Xml", etc). If an instance violates this rule, does it give an error when trying to parse the xml document?

I intentionally violated the rule and tried opening the xml document using the browser and it did not give me any error.
Browser : Internet Explorer 6.0

Someone please enlighten me.


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William Brogden
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Browsers are notoriously lax about tags. Try the standard Java library and report back to the class.

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