Validating and non validating parsers with xml
Simply click on the "Validate" button (the green checkmark in the preceding illustration), specify which validator you want to use, and Stylus Studio® displays the results in the Status window.
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The most fundamental XML processor reads an XML document and converts it into an internal representation for other programs or subroutines to use.By now, you have done a lot of experimenting with the nonvalidating parser.It's time to have a look at the validating parser to find out what happens when you use it to parse the sample presentation.This is called a parser, and it is an important component of every XML processing program.Processor involves processing the instructions, that can be studied in the chapter Processing Instruction.