Mixed-content use-cases and questions

Marcus Carr mrc at allette.com.au
Wed Jan 12 04:29:56 GMT 2000

Tim Bray wrote:

> How about
>  <p><>hello </><i><>sweet</></i><> </><b>world</b><>.</></p>

I like it! Then we could wrap it in a doc element, feed it to an normalising
SGML parser that allows start and end tag minimisation and watch it exhale a
sausage along the lines of:

<doc><p></p><p>hello </p><i></i>

along with a whole stack of errors. It still conforms to the eleventh
commandment - "XML must be at least slightly easier to read than tea


Marcus Carr                      email:  mrc at allette.com.au
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