In a well-formed XML document, can an element be it's own child? Ex: Is the following xml-data well-formed? <element> <child1> ..... </child1> <element> .... </element> <child2/> ..... </element> Thank You Neetha
Dmitry, I modified your post slightly to add the hyperlink. Thanks for posting the URL to the relevant section of the XML recommendation. [ May 01, 2002: Message edited by: John Wetherbie ]
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Thank you! guys. I couldn't find the explanation anywhere in the well-formedness section at the URL you referred . I may not have interpreted it's presence . I'd appreciate if one of you could give me the exact section number where it is said this nesting is possible. Thanks again.
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