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From: Surendra Singhi <efuzzyone@netscape.net>
Date: Tue, 08 Mar 2005 00:28:12 -0700
To: www-html@w3.org
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David Woolley wrote:
>>increase the depth of tree. But if instead the tags are <br/> the depth 
>>of the parse tree remains same.
> <br> in HTML is NOT tag soup.  Tag soup is things like:

I am sorry, if I conveyed the wrong meaning. I didn't say that <br> is 
tag soup, rather I was giving an example of how I have designed my 
parser, i.e., it will handle all tags like an xml tag.

> <b>  xxx <i> yyy </b> zzz </i>      - elements don't nest
> <b><p>......</p></b>                - content model violated (block in inline)

Surendra Singhi

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