Re: unicode Digest V4 #138

From: J Andrew Lipscomb (
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 19:43:08 CDT

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    > For instance, if the
    > order information is exchanged using some XML schema involving, say
    > <item id="79234CRX">
    > <name>Buckwheat flour (bulk)</name>
    > <amt>123,456</amt>
    > </item>

    then the schema is a screwy one. XML schemas have standard ways to
    represent numbers (whether you mean W3C schemas or RELAX NG ones), and
    commas can never appear (the radix is specified as the period, and
    thousands are not separated).

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