Handheld Device Markup Language Specification

· Submitted to W3C on 09 May 1997 ·

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Peter King, Unwired Planet
Tim Hyland, Unwired Planet

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Table of Contents

HDML Version 2.0, 11 April 1997

1 - Overview
2 - Language Syntax
3 - Language Elements
4 - User Agent Semantics
A - HDML 2.0 BNF Summary
B - Bibliography

HDML 2.0 Specification - 11 APR 1997
For more information about this specification, contact:
Tim Hyland
Product Manager
Unwired Planet