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> I'd like to assert that the element set either contains a simple
> type or more set elements.
As specified, your requirement cannot be met by W3C XML Schema.
I'm tempted to say that this looks like questionable markup design,
since all the structural information which would allow validation
and/or type assignment to do any useful work is 'hidden' in
attributes, and to wonder why you don't say
but I won't, because I don't know what other constraints you are
trying to satisfy. . .
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
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