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> Urrrp... I think I got this. If the
> attribute is in a document minus a DTD,
> it, by default, is undeclared. If undeclared,
> the processor passes it on intact without
> normalization because it has no knowledge
> of the type.
> Is that right?
Not quite. It is normalized like CDATA.
However, there are levels of normalization.
For CDATA, leading and trailing blanks are *not* removed.