XML-Data: A naive question

Bob Steele bsteele at tdiinc.com
Tue Feb 3 22:36:23 GMT 1998

RDF documentation (Resource Description Framework (RDF) Model and
Syntax) states:

"RDF uses the Extensible Markup Language (XML) encoding as its syntax.
However, RDF will not require (and conforming implementations must not
require) an XML Document Type Declaration for the contents of
assertions. In this respect RDF requires at most the XML well-formedness
constraints. RDF schemas may – but are not required to – be XML DTDs."

Isn't this true of XML-Data?  I can't seem to find it expressly stated.



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