This is a guide to implementing SGML and XML with precise procedures for making the most of the wide range of tools available. Programmes are introduced in the context of the life cycle of a document, from creation, through validation, on-line display, searching and database, to printed delivery and repository storage. This text includes examples of the tools discussed, showing the various output stages and the methods for producing them, as well as tips and tricks for getting the most out of them.Practical Programs for Handling Structured Text Peter Flynn ... The -k option to sort means a#39;use a specific field to sort ona#39;, and is followed by the field number: here the fifth item on ... instead of from one, and were preceded by a plus sign or minus sign to specify which field to start and end sorting on; so the command above would read: Is -lg *.sgml | sort +4nr You should check which version you have by reading the manual page for sort. ... to the STAGO character (open angle bracket) .
|Title||:||Understanding SGML and XML Tools|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Academic Pub - 1998-01-01|