Re: Use of "ANY"
I wrote: >You can either view ANY as meaning "any declared element", or as >meaning "any element at all", but if you take the latter view you have >to also note that those those child elements themselves will be >invalid if they are not declared. >(Since XML doesn't define validity of an element, only of a document, >these two views produce the same result.) Whoops, that's not true, the spec *does* define element validity, and in fact, both the containing element and the child element are invalid. -- Richard
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