Re: Principles of XML design
In article <427BB2CE.6010809@w...> you write: >Whether the order of attributes is significant or not, >would that not be a question of which schema one applies? No. It *could* have been like that, but it isn't. XML didn't magically appear out of nowhere. It was designed as a subset of SGML, and people already knew what SGML meant, and the order of attributes is not significant. -- Richard
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