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Re: Again wit da AND and Repetitions

  • From: roddey@u...
  • To: xml-dev@i...
  • Date: Fri, 14 May 1999 18:11:08 -0600

Re: Again wit da AND and Repetitions



>>Does anyone believe that these can be done in less than brute force tree
search
>>times?
>
>XML requires deterministic content models. This allows validators to do
>their job without having to look more than one element ahead or do brute
>force tree searches.
>

Actually it does not require deterministic models, it just allows you to check
for them. And, I guess its not really what XML does or does not do that's in
question here, its what the new upcoming schema spec proposes to do that's at
issue.



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