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This method receives the beginning of a document type declaration. If the document has no such declaration, this method will not be invoked.
HRESULT startDTD( const wchar_t* pwchName, int cchName, const wchar_t* pwchPublicId, int cchPublicId, const wchar_t* pwchSystemId, int cchSystemId );
[in] Pointer to the document type name.
[in] Length of the document type's name.
[in] Pointer to the declared public identifier for the external DTD subset or NULL (if none was declared).
[in] Length of the public identifier.
[in] Pointer to the declared system identifier for the external DTD subset or NULL (if none was declared).
[in] Length of the system identifier.
Returned if no errors occur.
Returned if the parse operation should be aborted.
Any declarations are assumed to be in the internal subset unless otherwise indicated by a startEntityevent.
A document type declaration connects a document to its document type definition (DTD), which defines the rules of the document, such as what tags can go in your document, what tags can contain other tags, and the number and sequence of the tags. This declaration always begins with "<!DOCTYPE", followed by the name of the DTD, followed by a declaration of the DTD or a link to where the DTD can be found. Finally, it ends with a ">" to close the declaration as shown in the following code sample.
<!DOCTYPE NAME [ DTD content goes here. ]>
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