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A bit off topic - SGML

Thanks. That seemed to fix it. 
Adding a spanspec:
 <spanspec namest="col1" nameend="col3" spanname="span-horiz" 

<entry spanname="span-horiz">New categorty</entry>

On 23 May 2002 at 1:54, Scott Lanning wrote:
> My (limited) understanding of SGML is that it depends
> on the DTD. For example, HTML is like a DTD of SGML.
> Is it DocBook? That uses <row><entry>... for tables.
> In that case, here is an example:

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