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minor typos in WD-xmlschema-2-20000407

From: Susan Lesch <lesch@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2000 03:15:32 -0800
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To: www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org
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These are a few possible minor typos in your Last Call draft, XML 
Schema Part 2: Datatypes [1] "work in progress." A section number is 
followed by a quote and then a suggestion.

In section 3, there are 17 occurrences of double spaces under various 
"Derived datatypes," for example, in 3.2.1.2. You could remove the 
&nbsp;'s or put the pair of terms on one line.
<a href="#dt-built-in">built-in</a>&nbsp;
<a href="#dt-derived">derived</a>

Status of this document - last par.
recommendation [twice]
Recommendation

2.1
c) a set of facets
[You might link to facet's definition the first time it is mentioned.]

2.4.1.4 par. 2
cardinality, there are
cardinality; there are
[or]
cardinality. There are

2.4.1.12 par. 2
octect
octet

3.2 par. 1
derived from this the datatype
derived from this datatype

3.2.7 par. 2
ocurrence
occurrence

3.3.4.2 has an empty list item.

3.3.5 par. 1
fininte-length
finite-length

3.3.6
The value space of Name the set
The value space of Name is the set

3.3.8.1
a lexical consisting of
a lexical representation consisting of

3.3.15
This results in is the
This results in the

3.3.24.1, 3.3.25.1, 3.3.26.1, and 3.3.27.1
and an preceding "-"
and a preceding "-"

4. par. 1
present, optional
present; optional

4.2.12 note
associated encoding.
associated with encoding.

5.1 table {variety}
or any of its any ancestor
[Sorry I didn't understand that phrase.]

5.1.2 par. 1
dataype
datatype

5.2 par. 1
specificing
[Not sure. Do you mean specifying?]

5.2.10 example
and only allow whole cents.
and only allows whole cents.
[assuming "application" is the subject of the sentence]

5.2.12 par. 1
is a encoding
is an encoding

5.2.13 example
Is "HMO" (Health Maintenance Organization) an internationally 
understood acronym? If not you might say "health insurance company."

A. and B. line 6 need closing parentheses followed by an ending 
period after "just in case". To be a little more formal, you could 
end the sentence after "entity expansions)."

A. lines 28 and 30
builtin
built-in

B. line 26
Customisation
Customization

E. note after table 3
it it logicall
it is logically

E.1 par. 11
chacters
characters

E.1.1 par. 4 and par. 8
compliment
complement

E.1.1 par. 8
Suppliment
Supplement

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/2000/WD-xmlschema-2-20000407/

Best wishes for your project,
-- 
Susan Lesch
Intern, W3C
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