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Thomas B. Passin scripsit:
> When there is a DTD or schema is involved, you only get this whitespace
> knowledge passed on if the processor is set for validation.
That's not the whole truth. A non-validating processor MAY look at the
DTD and decide which elements have element content, and then report
whitespace between child elements as "ignorable" (by the application,
that is); a validating processor MUST do so.
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