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[Bug 28024] Does "[Unicode] characters" EQUAL "Char production in [XML]?

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Date: Fri, 20 Feb 2015 18:30:15 +0000
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--- Comment #8 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
>You raised the distinction

No, Michael Dyck did.

I think the point about the particular sentence you're complaining about is
that the precise meaning doesn't actually matter. It's introductory in nature.
I think it's pretty clear to any intelligent reader that an expression is
something that matches a relevant production in the XPath grammar, and the
XPath grammar is unambiguous about what characters are allowed and where. The
spec could be improved, of course, but it's not wrong and it's not misleading.

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