Don Park donpark at
Mon Nov 22 19:51:55 GMT 1999

>No, every XML document is a legitimate WebSGML document.
>But would every SML document be a well-formed XML document?

No.  SML has no concept of documents.  Every SML data is a
external parsed XML entity.

>If you want a less bracketed mess, then pick any one of
>    <a><!-- <a/>  --></a>
>    <a><!?x <a/>  ?></a>
>   <a><![CDATA[ <a/>  ]]></a>
>Or even:
><p>In HTML, use the &lt;!-- comment delimiter open </p>

First three is failed by SML processor.  Last should pass.

Don Park    -   mailto:donpark at
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