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Where are XML types ?

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  • Subject: Where are XML types ?
  • From: Philippe Poulard <Philippe.Poulard@s...>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Jan 2005 15:02:50 +0100
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xml types
Where are XML types ?
People know xs:string, xs:int and xs:QName, because they are taken from 
raw data, but is there high level types for XML items such as 
xml:element, xml:attribute, or xml:namespace ?
I have to name (with a QName) objects (that can be XML items) as if they 
were types.
I really really don't think that XPath2 offers a reasonable solution with :
"5 instance of xs:integer"
". instance of element()"
the last one frightened me :(

Where is the xml:element type ?

           (. .)
|   Philippe Poulard    |


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