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At 13:16 20/11/2002 -0500, John Cowan wrote:
>Sean McGrath scripsit:
> > Old-timers on the list will remember the RANK feauture of SGML which
> > allowed a single element type declaration to infer the creation
> > of a familiy of numbered elements types. So you could declare
> > SECT and have tagging for SECT1, SECT2, SECT3 etc.
>Were all of SECT1, SECT2 etc. identical as far as content model, attributes,
My memory is fuzzy on this. I believe you had to declare the elements like so:
<!ELEMENT sect 1 - O (...)>
<!ELEMENT sect 2 - O (...)>
But that if you had in the instance:
The inner element was inferred to be a sect2...or something like that!