Don Park donpark at
Tue Nov 23 09:11:19 GMT 1999

>> No.  SML has no concept of documents.  Every SML data is a
>> external parsed XML entity.
>But an external parsed XML entity can pass for an XML document 
>if it has only a single top-level element.

Absolutely.  The decision to have only a single top-level element
to match XML document production rule is entirely up to the

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