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[Bug 28810] [XQ 3.1] Conformance: Maps, arrays, and the Higher Order Functions feature

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--- Comment #10 from Josh Spiegel <josh.spiegel@oracle.com> ---
This text in 5.2.6 will need to be adjusted:

"An implementation that does not provide the Higher-Order Function Feature MUST
raise a static error [err:XQST0129] if it encounters a FunctionTest, dynamic
function call, named function reference, inline function expression, or partial
function application. Such an implementation MAY raise a type error
[err:XPTY0004] if an expression evaluates to a sequence that contains a
function."

Implementations that support maps and arrays but not higher-order functions
should not be required to raise XQST0129 for function tests or dynamic function
calls.

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