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Re: [xml-dev] XML support in browsers?

> I read that "3" is an XPath 1.0 answer while "8" is an XPath 2.0 answer, 
> is it correct ?

No. The answer should be the same (8) in xpath 1 and 2.

The statement in the assertion that it has 3 is wrong.

nsa:data has 2 namespace nodes (with names "xml" and "nsa"
x        has 3 namespace nodes (with names "xml" and "nsa" "edi"
y        has 3 namespace nodes (with names "xml" and "nsa" "edi"
total:       8

     <nsa:test id="20">
         <nsa:assertion expectedvalue="3" 
             'nsa:data' element sub-tree has a total of 3 namespace 
 nodes.</nsa:assertion>> <nsa:data>
             <x xmlns:edi="http://ecommerce.example.org/schema";>


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