RE: Documenting XML/XML Terminology

Subject: RE: Documenting XML/XML Terminology
From: "Rebecca Downey" <rdowney -at- matrox -dot- com>
To: <hannah -dot- drake -at- formulatrix -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2014 14:53:37 -0400

Hi Hannah.

I agree with you, and I'd call it a key-value pair.
I've seen this kind of terminology referenced for configuration files (registry or otherwise).

I hope this answers your question.
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Rebecca Downey, Matrox Imaging

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Subject: Documenting XML/XML Terminology

Hi all,

We "polish up" developer release notes, and I'm wondering what the proper term is to describe a code string. My writers keep calling it "new key", but after doing some reading, it looks like "new key value pair" would be more correct.

Thoughts? In that case, would it be key value pair, key-value pair, or key/value pair? Or name/value pair?

Ex:
<add key="ImageProcessingLibraryImpl.Path" value= MIL10_0\MILImageProcessingImpl.DLL" />
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Thanks,
ïHannah



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