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[Bug 5520] Why is document defined as a character sequence?

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pratul.dublish@microsoft.com changed:

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------- Comment #1 from pratul.dublish@microsoft.com  2008-03-31  
21:45 -------
Resolution in F2F meeting on 3/31: The SML WG doesn't want to change our
definition. Record our intent not to change the substance of the spec  
and
instruct the editors to draft a non-normative note for review. The  
note should
clarify the relation between the XML document (character stream) and the
non-character representations (SAX or DOM). Editors should submit the
non-normative note for review by the WG.


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