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- Subject: Re: [xml-dev] [newbie] Mapping a Map 101?
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- Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 00:27:47 +0100
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On Dec 11, 2004, at 00:10, Michael Kay wrote:
>> Is there a more or less "agreed upon" scheme to define a map type
>> structure in XML?
I would have thought that such a structure would have been pretty
common by now, no?
> I tend to use <entry key="key">value</entry> probably because it uses
> two names and I have trouble thinking of names.
In my case, keys can be of any type, so I'm not quite sure if using an
element attribute would work...
How would I express the following if using element attributes?