minOccur, maxOccur

roddey at us.ibm.com roddey at us.ibm.com
Wed May 12 19:31:04 BST 1999

>> I dispute the usefulness of minOccur and maxOccur. I would like to hear
>> about where people would use these features. I find that people often want
>> them but can find a clearer way of expressing their document type when
>> they are not available.
>Interesting statemen. How about an example. How would you define a schema
>where <a> can only contain <b> and <c>, each of which exactly one time?

That one is easy, and can be done via DTD now. It would be:

     <!ELEMENT a (b,c)>

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