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Hi folks,
Can anyone tell me what are external, parameter, general, parsed and unparsed entities with relvent examples cause I am a bit confused: confuse with those. Or where can I get this explanation?
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General information:
Norman Walsh. Entities: What are They Good For?
http://www.xml.com/pub/a/98/08/xmlqna0.html?page=1
Short reference on syntax:
http://xmlwriter.net/xml_guide/entity_declaration.shtml
More technical text (may be good for XML certification aspirants)
Pankaj Kamthan XML Entities and their Applications
http://tech.irt.org/articles/js212/
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