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/ David Carlisle <email@example.com> was heard to say:
| So basically if I use document() to load the document
| then I know in XSLT1 that string(A) is "012" in all processors.
| In XPath2 it could be anything, from an error to whatever is the
| canonical lexical form of whatever type some schema applied.
| And from XSLT I don't get to control that. this is a massive backward
| step in interoperability.
You want the opposite of "make sure this schema has been applied." You
want "make sure no schema has been applied." This is the "my
stylesheet only works on strings" option. Yeah, that makes good sense,
Be seeing you,
Norman.Walsh@Sun.COM | In a universe of electrons and selfish genes,
XML Standards Architect | blind physical forces and genetic
Web Tech. and Standards | replication, some people are going to get
Sun Microsystems, Inc. | hurt, other people are going to get lucky,
| and you won't find any rhyme or reason in it,
| nor any justice.--Richard Dawkins
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