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Re: [xml-dev] RE: When you create a markup language, what do yourparent elements mean? What do your children elements mean?

Costello, Roger L. scripsit:

> 1. RDF
> 2. GML
> Both languages specify that parent elements represent a resource or
> object and child elements represent properties or attributes.

Actually not.  In RDF/XML, the child of a property element is another
resource element.  In addition, there can be XML literal elements as
the value of a property, and they can have any structure.

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