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[Bug 3261] Binary data types

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http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=3261


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------- Comment #1 from davep@iit.edu  2006-12-01 18:07 -------
Change the first paragraph (inherited from 1.0) of 3.3.16.2 Lexical Mapping to
read:

    hexBinary's lexical space consists of strings of hex (hexadecimal) digits,
    two consecutive digits representing each octet in the corresponding value
    (treating the octet as the binary representation of a number between 0 and
    255).  For example, '0FB7' is a Ělexical representationĚ of the two-octet
    value 00001111 10110111.
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