RE: Outstanding Argument!

Subject: RE: Outstanding Argument!
From: "Medina, Edward" <emedina@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2000 10:33:28 -0400
:And the below is not an attribute value literal, or an 
:enumerated attribute
:value, but an attribute name. Attribute names have to follow 
:the XML naming
:So again, the question is changing. No fair, ask it right the 
:first time!
:At 12:51 PM 5/9/00 -0400, you wrote:
:>I don't know.  But does it allow for
:><x:anything David/XSL="David likes XSL"/>  ????

Granted, but its only an attribute name in XSL and its
an attribute value in XML and the DTD, a whole other
reason why I can't use it if I want to test for it
with this type of variable.  (Note: I wrote a prior
message detailing the actual variable test).

Thanks for your reply, I greatly appreciate all the info.
especially since it did not dawn on me until mentioned here
that DAVID/XSL= would be considered a attribute name.  Yeah!
Okay so, I'm not the brightest bulb, but I'm gettin' this stuff,
slowly but surely.



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