RE: validating against the standard W3C
On 11 Dec 2001, Christian Nentwich wrote: > This is the clearest spec of XPath I've seen, and much easier to read > than the verbose XPath spec. Then again, maybe XPath lends itself to > this kind of specification. (denotational semantics) Formal semantics rocks. I aced a denotational semantics exam after not attending any of the lectures! It's one of those things that's not hard to learn - it's a *paradigm* thing rather than a *learning pages and pages of stuff* thing. You get the hang, then it all fits together nicely. Fear not the formalism. > > Christian Nentwich > ABS -- Alaric B. Snell http://www.alaric-snell.com/ http://RFC.net/ http://www.warhead.org.uk/ Any sufficiently advanced technology can be emulated in software
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