An address <address> is a postal address and/or other contact information. An address line is one physical or logical line of an address, typically containing undifferentiated portions of an <address> such as street addresses, post box numbers, building numbers, mailstops, etc. They are called “lines” because addresses are frequently divided onto multiple lines and this encoding allows that fact to be preserved.
There are many ways to tag an address. An address may be tagged as a series of named address elements including <country>, <email>, <fax>; as a series of address lines <addr-line> which may or may not have other elements such as <country> identified within them.; as a mixture of named elements and address lines, etc.
Conversion Note: If the address is divided into lines, preserve them using this element. If the address is just a block of undifferentiated text, numbers, or special characters, the entire address may be placed inside one <addr-line> element.
<!ELEMENT addr-line (#PCDATA %addr-line-elements;)* >
Any combination of:
<book> <book-meta> <book-id pub-id-type="other">handbook</book-id> <book-title-group> <book-title>The NCBI Handbook</book-title> </book-title-group> <edition>1st</edition> <contrib-group>...</contrib-group> <aff id="bid.m.1"> <institution>National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health</institution>, <addr-line>Bethesda, MD 20892-6510</addr-line> </aff> <publisher>...</publisher> <pub-date><month>11</month><year>2002</year></pub-date> <counts>...</counts> </book-meta> <book-front>...</book-front> <body>...</body> <back>...</back> </book>