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RE: BNF for XML Schema?

From: Alexander Falk <al@altova.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 16:03:18 -0400
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To: "H.M. Gladney" <hgladney@pacbell.net>, <www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org>
The Formal Description of XML Schema is available as a separate
document, which is currently still in working draft status:


This contains the mathematically precise and formal description of XML
Schema and should be suitable for your needs.

Best regards,


... Alexander Falk
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>  -----Original Message-----
> From: 	www-xml-schema-comments-request@w3.org
> [mailto:www-xml-schema-comments-request@w3.org]  On Behalf Of H.M.
> Gladney
> Sent:	Sunday, October 14, 2001 12:59
> To:	www-xml-schema-comments@w3.org
> Subject:	BNF for XML Schema?
> I've looked in vain for BNF definitions, or some equivalently precise,
> specification.
> This might be an old-fashioned request, but I need a precise syntax
> specification in a language that I confidently understand!
> Regards, Henry
> Henry Gladney, Ph.D       (408)867-5454
> HMG Consulting  
> 20044 Glen Brae Drive, Saratoga CA 95070
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