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Re: Entity and Element Addressing




>>My conception of Well-Formedness has always been along the lines of
>>"you can build the right parse tree".  Now, we have partially ducked
>>that by saying that you don't have to fetch & parse external text entities;
>>but you do have to know what the reference is pointing at.
>
>Fine. My point is that even if entities are "missing", the result of a
>parse should be "well-formed" (ie. the tree is correct except for the
>missing nodes).

What's the difference between not seeing the entities and switching off the
images on Netscape? I normally run my HTML browser without illustrations for
performance reasons. I could equally well envisage having the option as to
whether or not to resolve linked entities on my XML browser.
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