The pcdata matcher matches ordinary text--just strings, the actual contents of tags. There are, of course, a number of constraints you can put on the values of the strings.
pcdata &key matches-regexp how-many test-fn possible-values type matcher
Arguments and Values:
matches-regexp--a regular expression which the text must match. Note that ``^'' and ``$'' are not added to the start and end of the regular expression. This is inconsistant, I know. However, it is more conventient this way.
how-many--a symbol indicating how many times the matcher can match children of its parent tag. One of:
test-fn--a designator for a function that takes the text as an argument and returns a boolean indicating whether or not the text should be matched. This lets you use the full power of Common Lisp in your sanity checking.
possible-values--a list of strings that are all the possible values of the text.
type--a type specifier for the type of the pcdata's value when it has been read by the Common Lisp reader.
matcher--the matcher object returned.