Re: The subsetting has begun
[Sean McGrath] >> The instance is UnicodeWithAngleBrackets for sure. But an XML compliant >> parser much turn this mixture into a tree. If it can't, surely, the instance >> is not WF? [Gavin Thomas Nicol] >Note the term "parser" there. If I choose to treat an XML document as a Troff >document, is it equally a tree? No. The tree is in the eye of the parser which in turn is in the eye of the XML 1.0 grammar production rules. I have an OS supplied copy command that treats my XML as a series of 512 byte blocks:-) It is the XML parser that attempts to map the UnicodeWithAngleBrackets to the productions in XML 1.0. Those productions form a tree rooted at production . regards, Sean http://seanmcgrath.blogspot.com
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