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A CDATA Section can be used within XML to include extended portions of unescaped text, such that the symbols < and & do not need escaping as they normally do within XML when used as text.

It takes the form:

<![CDATA[  ... ]]>

For example:

<foo>Here is a CDATA section: <![CDATA[  < > & ]]> with all kinds of unescaped text. </foo>

The only sequence which is not allowed within a CDATA section is the closing sequence of a CDATA section itself:

<![CDATA[  ]]> will cause an error   ]]>

Note that CDATA sections should not be used (without hiding) within HTML.

As a CDATASection has no properties or methods unique to itself and only directly implements the Text interface, one can refer to Text to find its properties and methods.

public interface CDATASection extends Text {
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