Re: regex for element or attr name
Rick Jelliffe scripsit: > (Actually, I don't know why #xHHHH is used here: it would be better to > use U+HHHH to emphasize that these are characters not codes in the > external encoding.) I wasn't about to make a gratuitous change to XML 1.1 to fix this, and I suspect that XML 1.0 used #xHHHH because that most closely corresponds to XML's own notation &#xHHHH; without actually being confusable with it. In any case, as you say, #xHHHH(H) refers to characters, not encodings. -- Even a refrigerator can conform to the XML John Cowan Infoset, as long as it has a door sticker jcowan@r... saying "No information items inside". http://www.reutershealth.com --Eve Maler http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
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