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Re: Some preliminaries and questions about lingo, etcetera.

From: Grant Robertson <grantsr@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2012 21:38:43 -0700
To: <public-rdfa-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <8484A88F3177468AADD1F0C30C53EC79@grantdesk>
One additional abbreviation I am thinking of using is for when I want to
say, "the value of the @xxxx attribute."

I am considering using an asterisk similar to the way it is used as the
dereferencing operator in C++. For instance:


*@about

... will mean, "the value of the @about attribute."

If an attribute can contain a list (such as @typeof) then I will indicate
the entire list by appending a pair of square brackets after the name like
this:

*@typeof[]


And if I wish to indicate one member of said list then I will put an 'i' in
the brackets similar to when one indicates a member of an array, like this:

*@typeof[i]


Finally, sometimes the first member of said list is important so I will
indicate that with a zero (0) like this:

*@typeof[0]

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I know, it seems like a lot of "standardization" to talk about questions for
a standard. But, I figure you all, of all people, will understand the
importance of such a thing. 

Grant

P.S. I promise. The real questions are coming next.
Received on Wednesday, 28 March 2012 04:38:43 UTC

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