Re: B.10 Empty elements?

At 11:02 AM 24/10/96 +0000, James Clark wrote:

>Yes, you can. Using <emp/ *enables* you to close the element with another /,
>but does not require it.  If emp is declared as EMPTY, then no end tag is
>allowed whether you use <emp/ or <emp>.
But it still only works if you specifically restrict the use of NETs to
EMPTY elements. How does an SGML system impose this constraint?
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