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Re: Tutorial Article on XML Schema

From: Nick K. Aghazarian <Ace@AceProgrammer.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 09:49:11 -0700
Message-ID: <39C10187.1091AD44@AceProgrammer.com>
To: www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org
> Primarily, I need to know that the schema that is developed in the
> article is technically correct. Secondarily, is the information
> sufficiently accurate for an introductory article?
> I'd appreciate your comments and suggestions. If this is posted to the
> wrong mailing list, please forgive me.

Looks good so far.  A couple of comments...
1. In 5.html, your min and max values should not be 90 for both lat and long.
2. A more important question that always seems to get asked:  "Should I use attributes, or sub-elements?"  Your
example uses both.  This is good from a demonstration point of view, but really confusing from the "What should I
use?" viewpoint.


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