Illustration of Different Node Trees for XML (W3C(XT)/IE5)

Len Bullard cbullard at
Sat Apr 10 03:24:00 BST 1999

Steven R. Newcomb wrote:
> (Shhh.  Did someone say "Grove"?)

Someone did.  From the XML-Data schema design 
under the topic "What Datatype's URI Means"

"Input to the parser is the element object 
exposing all its attributes and content 
tree (that is, the subtree of the grove 
beginning with the element containing the 
dt attribute).  The objectType attribute 
in particular is assumed to be available to 
the parser so that single parser can support 
several objecttypes."



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