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RE: Grand Unification Theory (XSL/XPointer)
Subject: RE: Grand Unification Theory (XSL/XPointer)|
From: "Didier PH Martin" <martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 14:45:15 -0400
> A) first goal: see if both name space contexts could be expressed with the
> same delimitation convention (i.e uses "/")
> b) second goal: integrate instance reference to class reference with the
> addition of indexes.
How can we index element1//element2? The easiest way is to index in
document order which no longer show its structure.
Sorry, I didn't understood your point. Can you explain a bit more? Why are
you using the following notation "element1//element2"
Here is a model of the hierarchy I was referring to:
<element1> element 1 data </element1>
<element2> element2 data instance 1 </element2>
<element2> element 2 data instance 2 </element2>
I tried to include the XPOinter index notation but with "/" instead. So,
"element1/element2(1)" was referring to the first instance of element2.
But it seems that you noticed a bug, can you be more explicit so that I can
understand your point. I want to be sure I understand you well.
Didier PH Martin
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