Namespace URI address resources
david at megginson.com
Wed Jun 16 14:30:26 BST 1999
Murray Maloney writes:
> Well. Maybe meta-data, but a schema is simply declarative.
> It does not perform any processing. Editing, creating and
> validating are all applications. So what?
Schemas and stylesheets are both declarative, and both include
information that can be acted on by processors. In the case of a
schema, the result is a truth value (valid/not valid) and, optionally,
a transformation (supplying default values, etc.); in the case of a
stylesheet, the result is a transformation or rendition.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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