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[Bug 4766] [FS] 2.4.4 Example is backwards

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Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 16:38:33 +0000
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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=4766





------- Comment #1 from bungeman@gmail.com  2007-06-26 16:38 -------
It doesn't seem worth it to open a whole new bug for this, but in the same
section the example

Example

A type declaration with one element name of type xs:string follows by one or
more elements street of type xs:string.

  define type Address {
    element name of type xs:string,
    element street of type xs:string*
  }



should read as [<existing>/<replace with>]


Example

A type declaration with one element name of type xs:string follow[s/ed] by one
or more elements street of type xs:string.

  define type Address {
    element name of type xs:string,
    element street of type xs:string[*/+]
  }
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