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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Checking the same page, you can see the following for TBODY:
    <!ELEMENT TBODY    O O (TR)+           -- table body -->

    Start tag: optional, End tag: optional
    That would appear to mean, if I don't read it wrongly, that you can drop explicit mention of TBODY, so that embedded TR tags are in an implied TBODY, if you don't mention one.
    • I thought that XHTML 1.0's reliance on the HTML 4.0 spec was a problem here, but C.11. #2 seems to address this specifically:

      User agents that access XHTML documents served as Internet media types text/xml, application/xml, or application/xhtml+xml can also use the XML DOM. Elements and attributes will be returned in lower-case. Also, some XHTML elements may or may not appear in the object tree because they are optional in the content model (e.g. the tbody element [emphasis added] within table). This occur