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RE: This is a very basic question...

QName = qualified name, that is, a name qualified by a prefix associated
with a namespace, as in order:Order.
NCName = non-colonized name, that is, a name that is not qualified with a
namespace-related prefix, as in Order.

A favorite quote: "You can never ask too many obvious questions." - Guy


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Van Den Hoven [mailto:Adam.Hoven@bluezone.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2001 9:40 AM
> To: XML Development Mailing List (E-mail)
> Subject: This is a very basic question...
> Hey guys,
> I've been doing XML stuff for nearly a year now and I'm willing
> to say that
> I know what I'm doing. However, I was going over some of W3 specs
> yesterday,
> looking to integrate them into a schema I need to develop in the next few
> months, and I realized that I had no idea what a NCName was (it comes up a
> fair bit). Thinking further, I didn't really know what a qname
> was either. I
> have a rudimentary knowledge of what they do, but mostly because
> I've looked
> at examples and figured it out.
> Is there a glossary of XML terms that I can look at?
> > Adam van den Hoven
> > Internet Application Developer
> > Blue Zone
> > tel. 604.685.4310 ext 260
> > fax. 604.685.4391
> > Blue Zone makes you interactive.(tm) http://www.bluezone.net/
> >
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