Re: [xml-dev] What is the use of non-leafElement' VALUE ?
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Easy: Consider the following markup:
<title>Some Useful Stuff</title>
<para>This demonstrates the value of
There is real meaning associated with having "value" in the
<para> element other than the "value" contains in the
At 5/26/2005 02:00 PM, Saha Rabindra N wrote:
I have one generic question
on XML structure [XML element].
If an XML element represents an
object then element's attributes would be properties of that
Then any subelement [be it leaf or
non-leaf] would represent the hierarchy of the objects
If the element is a leaf node then
that element's value will be meaning full.
BUT if the element is not a leaf
node then what is the BUSINESS/Real-life meaning of having value in that
My understanding is that an
element's attributes and its sub-elements are enough to represent an
What is the business meaning of
allowing element value for non-leaf element in XML W3C standards.
Thanks in advance for sharing your
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