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   Re: [xml-dev] Mixed content in data-binding (Was: Re: [xml-dev] Interest

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Pete Cordell wrote:
> The example that Elliotte gave earlier (<p>This is <strong>very</strong> 
> important</p>) could possibly have been handled with an <xs:any 
> namespace='xhtml'> construct.  Do you have any other examples of mixed 
> use in data-oriented applications that would not be treated as xhtml?

Possibly, for names of people. All over the world, there are many 
different kinds of names: first name, last name, middle name, the 
Russian have father's name, full Arabic names can be very, very long.

Therefore mixed content might be a good solution to show which part of 
the full name is the first name or the family name.



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