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Jeni Tennison scripsit:
> So, aside from it being an obvious travesty to shoe-horn them into
> DTDs, could you use the W3C XML Schema data types in a DTD by
> declaring a NOTATION?
Sure, why not?
> <!NOTATION xs.date
> PUBLIC 'http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-datatypes#date'>
> <!ELEMENT date (#PCDATA)>
> <!ATTLIST date
> type NOTATION (xs.date) #FIXED 'xs.date'>
> (Please correct; not being an SGML weenie, I've never using
Looks right to me, but I'm not an SGML weenie either.
> I gather that you couldn't use notations to specify the type of
Not any way I know of.
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