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At 12:24 AM +0100 4/8/04, Michael Kay wrote:
>> I can cite a few more examples of strings that are definitely not
>> URIs. Here's one:
>Yes, that's not a URI, but the Schema spec also allows an anyURI value to
>contain a wannabe-URI (a string that can be converted to a URI by applying
>the escaping rules).
Yes, but the escaping rules only apply to disallowed characters. % is
not a disallowed character and therefore the above string is not a
legal anyURI, any more than it's a legal URI.
Elliotte Rusty Harold
Effective XML (Addison-Wesley, 2003)