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- From: "W. Eliot Kimber" <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 09 Dec 1998 15:02:15 -0600
At 04:37 PM 12/8/98 -0500, Charles Reitzel wrote:
>So any and all NOTATION attributes are used to interpret the element. This
>is a bit vague for my taste, but I'll take it. Any number of NOTATION
>attributes are possible, so it could be unclear which controls the format of
>the element value. E.g. one might control the element value while another
>might be used to perform app specific content model validation not possible
>with a DTD alone. (if X is present, then Y is required, etc.).
They would all govern: each notation's own processor would do whatever it
does and the processing application could use the result or not as it
pleased: a given data object can be many things at once.
Remember that notations do not affect the *parsing* of the data, only its
semantic interpretation. There is never a problem with having multiple
semantics associated with a data object as long as you know which one
applies to your process.
W. Eliot Kimber, Senior Consulting SGML Engineer
ISOGEN International Corp.
2200 N. Lamar St., Suite 230, Dallas, TX 75202. 214.953.0004
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