[Q]single Vs. double quote in representing AttValue

Jiyun Lee jylee at t2000.co.kr
Thu Aug 13 05:50:50 BST 1998

I found some documents which use single quotation marks 
to surround attribute's values. 

ex. from XML spec in XML :
	<vcnote id="vc-roottype">
	<vcnote id='vc-PEinMarkupDecl'>

Is there any differences between sigle quote and double quote 
in representing the attribute's value? In the spec, both are possble. 
I'd like to know the rule for using them,  if the rule exists.
Thank you inadvance.

Lee, Jiyun                                                                              
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