On 10 December 2010 10:20, David Carlisle <firstname.lastname@example.org
> On 10/12/2010 10:10, Stephen Green wrote:
>> The xml:json would not need a schema to distinguish an unordered list or
>> from a sequenced one so the parser would know whether to treat the order
>> significant without having to load and understand a schema or be
>> with being able to read different kinds of schema language, etc. That
>> seems to
>> me a crucial difference and there may be others.
> yes but that doesn't answer the question as to why it would be useful to do
> that in a general XML context, as in my xpath example, why would it be
> useful to know it's a sequence of integers if you don't know everything else
> you needed to know about evaluating xpath (or json) and if you do know how
> to evaluate xpath it's not too hard to know that it is contained in
> particular attributes.
> (x)html doesn't need a schema to tell it that what is in a script element is
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