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     Basic DTD features are demonstrated in this tutorial through a number of examples that can be downloaded for off-line use. An XML document is valid if it has an associated document type definition and if the document complies with the constraints expressed in it. The document type definition must appear before the first element in the document. The name following the word DOCTYPE in the document type definition must match the name of root element.

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