DTD


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DTD

 (dē′tē-dē′)
n.
A set of rules for marking up a document in SGML.

[D(ocument) T(ype) D(efinition).]
Translations

DTD

N ABBR =Document Type DefinitionDTD f

DTD

[ˌdiːtiːˈdiː] n abbr (=document type definition) → DTD f(= description de type de document)
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Foster Watson's sketchily annotated version is still the only available English translation of the DTD.
The Help Desk will also tell you all the paperwork you need to ship with the DTD.
DTD Training has already recruited a marketing and IT manager to develop new opportunities.
The DTD is a simple doctrinal model that contains eight stations.
The first chaper in the book is designed to refresh the reader's knowledge of DTD syntax.
An internal DTD includes all of the information needed to read the document.
If structure is important in your documents you probably want a DTD even if your industry hasn't standardized on one.
Lander, and Albert de la Chapelle of the University of Helsinki assumed that the defective DTD gene most likely arose from one person in that group.
Don't use batteries that rail below this range of your DTD might soon become erratic, intermittent of even lock up.
Because its DTD is simpler, it is easier to learn than SGML.
The authors address what exercises to use, when to incorporate them, and what type of materials is needed for each phase of a full DTD training program.