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Re^2: section nesting

by anniyan (Monk)
on Jul 26, 2005 at 05:02 UTC ( #478071=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: section nesting
in thread section nesting

GrandFather thanks for your assistance. Here the section closings are correctly nested.

<sec id="00005"><no>1.1</no> sfasfasdfadsfsdaf <sec id="00010"><no>1.1.1</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec <sec id="00015"><no>1.1.2</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj <sec id="00020"><no>1.1.2.1</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec> <sec id="00025"><no>1.1.2.2</no> safksajdklfasd </sec> </sec> <sec id="00015"><no>1.1.3</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec> </sec> <sec id="00005"><no>1.2</no>....

This is bad example

<sec id="00005"><no>1.1</no> sfasfasdfadsfsdaf <sec id="00010"><no>1.1.1</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec <sec id="00015"><no>1.1.2</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec> #it should not be closed here (beca +use next sublevel is opening here) <sec id="00020"><no>1.1.2.1</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec> <sec id="00025"><no>1.1.2.2</no> safksajdklfasd </sec> #that should be closed here <sec id="00015"><no>1.1.3</no> sahfjsahdfasddfj </sec> </sec> <sec id="00005"><no>1.2</no>....

Whereas here the second level section should close after third level is closed. This is wrong nesting. Actually the levels are identified by number with dots.

1.1 - first level 1.1.1 - second level (first section's sub level) 1.1.1.1 - third level (second section's sub level) 1.1.1.1.(i) - fourth level (third section's sub level) 1.1.1.1.(i).(a) - fifth level (fourth section's sub level)

Here the elements are same for all levels <sec, so parser not showing errors. If the elements are different for subsections like <sec, <sec1 , <sec2, the parser would have showed error. so here the nesting we are finding with the help of numbers 1.1, 1.1.1,...

updated

Regards,
Anniyan
(CREATED in HELL by DEVIL to s|EVILS|GOODS|g in WORLD)


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