XML - Parsed Character Data (PCDATA)

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Parsed Character Data (PCDATA)

Parsed means that the characters <, > and & are treated specially because they are tokens that introduce child XML structures.

Character data (CDATA) is just like PCDATA, except the parser will not expect child XML content to be embedded in it.

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