This book explores the many facets of SGML that are of particular
relevance to Software Engineers. It is, to date, the only existing
publication that approaches SGML from the Software Engineering viewpoint.
Answers the question What exactly is SGML? Is it a
database? A programming language? A typesetting tool? etc.
Describes the valuable tools that are part of SGMLranging
from design tools to validation tools through to processing toolsand
the use of ubiquitous programming tools such as C/C++ compilers, Perl
etc. to perform SGML processing.
Does not require the use of software to explore material
in the book.
Provides information that is useful to PC users as well
as Unix users.
Takes a practical approach to the subject matter.
1. Introduction to SGML.
2. Document Type Definitions.
3. Document Instances.
4. SGML Parsing.
5. SGML Processing.
6. SGML Programming.
7. SGML Processing Examples.
8. Subtleties & Optional Features.
9. Where to From Here?