Re: #Announce published JXML schema, an XML schema forreprese
Michael Kay scripsit: > Yes, it's possible - you can restrict the lexical space of a simple type > without restricting its value space by using the pattern facet. But in > this case, one would have to ask "to what purpose". It's essentially > just imposing one's personal taste, rather like restricting numbers to > disallow a leading "+" sign. You can tell when someone is committed to > standards by the fact that they conform even when it goes against their > personal taste. In this case, a new standard is being defined, and it's entirely appropriate when referring to an existing standard to decide that the full standard is inappropriate and subset it explicitly. -- John Cowan email@example.com http://www.ccil.org/~cowan Does anybody want any flotsam? / I've gotsam. Does anybody want any jetsam? / I can getsam. --Ogden Nash, No Doctors Today, Thank You
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