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Proposed Clarifications to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation, 1.0

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Author(s)

J Tebbut

Abstract

The goal of this document is to help W3C editors write better specifications, by making a specification easier to interpret without ambiguity and clearer as to what is required in order to conform. It focuses on how to define and specify conformance. It also addresses how a specification might allow variation among conforming implementations. The document presents guidelines or requirements, supplemented with good practices, examples and techniques.
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W3C

Citation

Tebbut, J. (2004), Proposed Clarifications to the W3C XML Schema Recommendation, 1.0, W3C (Accessed June 16, 2024)

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Created November 30, 2004, Updated October 12, 2021