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RE: Schema validation of recursive structures
Recursive structures are certainly possible in
schemas. A common example would be recursive <section> elements, say
with a title and one or more paras and zero or more
Here's a DTD sample:
<!ELEMENT section (title , para+ , section*)
Here's a Schema sample:
The minOccurs and maxOccurs of course can be further
I have a
problem and I don't know how solved it.
validates a node seem at this:
The node A
shall have sub items of itself, is it
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