What is valid xml document? What a well formed xml document?
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Answer / ashwini
A valid XML document is the one which conforms to all the
rules stated in its associated DTD or a schema as well as
it is well formed.
A well formed XML document fullfills the following
1. All opened tags are closed.
2. Tags are properly nested
3. Attribute values are enclosed in double quotes.
4. Tags follow proper casing. Opening tag & its
corresponding closing tag must be written in the same way.
e.g. <NAME>ABC</NAME> is well formed. Whereas
<NAME>ABC</Name> is not well-formed.
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Answer / sarankumarreddy.c
If XML is confirming to DTD rules then it's a valid XML.
If a XML document is conforming to XML rules (all tags
started are closed,there is a root element etc)then it's a
well formed XML.
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