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Sean McGrath wrote:
> [Walter Perry]
> >An XML-compliant parser *must* not turn an XML instance into any one
> >output. Production  is the syntactic criterion that *input* to an XML
> >must meet to be accepted as a document, which the Rec requires. Nothing in
> >production (nor in any other) says anything about the form of output that a
> >parser must give to an entity matching this definition of document.
> There are plenty of occurences of "may/may not/must pass X to the application"
> in the spec. which surely say something about the form of output that a parser
> must give?
Indeed. The BNF productions, on the other hand, parameterize the parser in its
job of determining conformance of an input XML instance, I think.