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[xml-dev] Notations and unparsed entities in the wild

Does anyon know of an XML document and/or application that actually 
makes uses of notations and/or unparsed entities? If such documents were 
avaialble on a web server, so much the better.

For the next chapter of Processing XMl with Java, I need to find some 
examples of real-world documents that use notations and unparsed 
entities. So far, the best I've come up with is that the XHTML DTD 
defines a bunch of notations, but XHTML doesn't appear to actually use 
any in XHTML documents. That is, the XHTML DTD does not declare any 
attributes to have type NOTATION, ENTITY, or ENTITIES.

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