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Re: Strategies for a lowly XML document

Re:  Strategies for a lowly XML document
The internal subset can override parameter entities
and attribute declarations in the DTD.

So if I want to answer a question such as "are these
two documents of the same type?"  I'm not going
to get a very reliable answer from just the
DOCTYPE's public or system identifiers.  I'd also
need to compare canonicalizations of the internal


Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:

 > Why?
 > len
 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: Bill Lindsey [mailto:bill@b...]
 > The internal subset of DTDs makes !DOCTYPE declarations too unreliable.


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