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Re: [xml-dev] Best Practice for designing XML vocabularies containing accented characters -- allow both composed and decomposed forms

* Costello, Roger L. wrote:
>I propose the following as Best Practice:
>	For elements and attributes that have accents,
>	allow users to express them in either composed
>	normalized form (NFC) or decomposed normalized
>	form (NFD).

That would mean you have to take both variants into account for many
operations like when you need to query the elements in a document,
unless you normalise the documents before further processing, and if
you do that, there is not really a need to allow more than one form.
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