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SGML2PL has four modes for handling white-space. The initial mode can
be switched using the
space(SpaceMode) option to
In XML mode, the mode is further controlled by the
attribute, which may be specified both in the DTD and in the document.
The defined modes are:
\r\nis still translated to
\n. To preserve whitespace exactly, use
sgmlspace-mode, all consequtive white-space is reduced to a single space-character. This mode canonicalises all white space.
default, all leading and trailing white-space is removed from
CDATAobjects. If, as a result, the
CDATAbecomes empty, nothing is passed to the application. This mode is especially handy for processing‘data-oriented' documents, such as RDF. It is not suitable for normal text documents. Consider the HTML fragment below. When processed in this mode, the spaces between the three modified words are lost. This mode is not part of any standard; XML 1.0 allows only
Consider adjacent <b>bold</b> <ul>and</ul> <it>italic</it> words.