Re: Invalid attribute names
In article <200401011610.i01GAvns018472@a...> you write: >Is a parser that assesses well-formedness according to the XML >Namespaces specification >still a conforming XML 1.0 parser? No. A parser that rejects documents conforming to XML 1.0 but not Namespaces is an XML + Namespaces parser, just as a C compiler is not a ASCII verifier, and an HTML browser is not a general SGML parser. Many XML parsers have a switch allowing you to specify whether you want a plain XML 1.0 parser or an XML+Namespaces parser, thus saving you $$$ compared with buying both separately. -- Richard
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