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Use of non-breaking-space in section narrative text

March 19th, 2014|0 Comments

Whitespace in Section Narrative Text
The article Interpreting whitespace in section narrative text, details how “whitespace” (space characters, tab characters, line-break characters, etc.) is interpreted within the text element used for section narrative text. That article […]

Interpreting whitespace in section narrative text

March 18th, 2014|0 Comments

The article Whitespace in CDA mixed content elements, presents the challenges and fundamental approaches adopted in the CDA standard, to deal with the ambiguity in XML on how whitespace (spaces, tabs, line-breaks, etc.) is processed.

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Interpreting whitespace in addr elements

March 18th, 2014|0 Comments

The article Whitespace in CDA mixed content elements, presents the challenges and fundamental approaches adopted in the CDA standard, to deal with the ambiguity in XML on how whitespace (spaces, tabs, line-breaks, etc.) is processed.

As […]

Interpreting whitespace in name elements

March 18th, 2014|0 Comments

The article Whitespace in CDA mixed content elements, presents the challenges and fundamental approaches adopted in the CDA standard, to deal with the ambiguity in XML on how whitespace (spaces, tabs, line-breaks, etc.) is processed.

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Whitespace in CDA mixed content elements

March 18th, 2014|0 Comments

In the article XML mixed content in CDA, the concept of XML “mixed content” elements (XML elements that contain a mixture of text and sub-elements side-by-side) is introduced and over-viewed. As noted in that article, […]

XML mixed content in CDA

February 6th, 2014|0 Comments

The term “mixed context” in XML refers to XML elements that have a combination of other XML elements as well as character data, as their children.

“Mixed Content” Defined
In many XML hierarchies, either an element has sub-elements, […]