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[Bug 28282] [XP3.1] 2.1.1 static content "built-in"

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--- Comment #4 from Michael Kay <mike@saxonica.com> ---
As far as I can see from a quick scan of usages of the term that definition is
OK, but it needs care. E.g. in 2.1.1 we say 

The statically known function signatures include the signatures of functions
from a variety of sources, including built-in functions described in [XQuery
and XPath Functions and Operators 3.1], and constructor functions .

Now if constructor functions in the xs namespace are built-in, but constructor
functions for user-defined types are not, then that sentence might need
rephrasing; but the language "a variety of sources including" is vague enough
that perhaps it doesn't need ultimate precision. Is there a more precise
statement elsewhere?

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