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The latest version is lxml 3.6.4, released 2016-08-20 (changes for 3.6.4). Older versions are listed below. Content controls Content controls are converted to static content. Both of these attributes are designed to be used as fragment identifiers. In XML, fragment identifiers are of type ID, and there can only be a single attribute of type ID per element.

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This is a simple way to write arbitrary XML driven APIs on top of lxml. lxml.etree also has a C-level API that can be used to efficiently extend lxml.etree in external C modules, including fast custom element class support. References The Elements Term Name: contributor URI: Label: Contributor Definition: An entity responsible for making contributions to the resource. For example: tuple. In sum, the tuple construction is semantically just a group of individual elementary constructions.

Any argument can be wrapped with these functions to get the desired type. The Boost Tuple Library — 1.61.0 A tuple (or n-tuple) is a fixed size collection of elements.

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