Re: Can XML Schemas do this?
There is always an XML 1.0 representation for ConciseXML. Here is Water Type and Water Contract in XML 1.0: <defclass> <field key="person"/> <field key="name"> required string </field> <field key="age"> optional integer </field> <field key="birth"> optional datetime </field> <field key="_precond"> <defmethod> <not age.<is optional/>. <and birth.<is optional/> /> </defmethod> </field> </defclass> Equivalent in ConciseXML: <defclass person name=required=string age=optional=integer birth=optional=datetime _precond=<defmethod> <not age.<is optional/>. <and birth.<is optional/> /> </defmethod> </defclass> _Plusch ----- Original Message ----- From: Eric van der Vlist To: xml-dev Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 11:16 AM Subject: Re: Can XML Schemas do this? On Mon, 2003-01-20 at 16:12, Mike Plusch wrote: > Water Type and Contract can handle that. I don't know how well it translates into English, but in French we have a metaphor saying that this is throwing the baby away with the water of its bath... There is no reason to switch to a different markup language just because one of the schema languages of XML is weak! Eric
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