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W. E. Perry scripsit:
> Does this mean that, in practice, the distinction which you point to under the
> Namespaces Rec requires no difference in how instances are, in fact, processed?
In practice, the elements "foo" and "bar" may be treated identically.
Nothing can *require* a difference in how instances are processed.
At most, the various Recs require that two superficially different things
be treated the same way: for example, the XML Rec requires that a processor
report the same things for
<foo bar="baz zam"/>
John Cowan <email@example.com>
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