Re: (newbie) DTD question
In article <20020712203244.80880.qmail@w...> you write: >This is very interesting. An XML document is valid if >and only if there's a DTD that it follows, so it seems >then that the limitations of the DTD end up >constraining the XML document: Tags, if reused in >different contexts (people, pets) in a valid XML >document, must have the same subelements and >attributes. No, you just can't have a very precise DTD in that case. You could just use: <!ELEMENT name ANY> -- Richard
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