# Changeset 1633

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Timestamp:
Nov 2, 2011, 6:24:54 PM (8 years ago)
Message:

Fix awkward wording.

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 r1632 text.  Each character is examined to distinguish between the XML-specific markup, such as a left angle bracket \verb<`', and the content held within the document.  The character that the parser is currently interpreting is commonly referred to its {\it cursor}. As the parser moves its cursor through the document, it alternates content held within the document.  A logical {\it cursor} position denotes the current character under interpretation. As the parser moves its cursor through the document, it alternates between markup scanning, validation, and content processing operations.  In other words, traditional XML parsers operate as