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PEReference in elementdecl: Error in XML-REC?

From: Huszar Peter <peh@step.hu>
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 1998 18:59:27 +0100
Message-ID: <363609FF.9EC37BDC@step.hu>
To: xml-editor@w3.org
Dear Editor,

Right before section 3.2.1 you show some examples of element
declaration. One of them is:
<!ELEMENT %name.para; %content.para;>
[45] elementdecl::= allows only Name as the name of an element and not
[5] Name::= neither contains explicitly or implicitly PEReference. 
[69] PEReference::= explicitly says '%' and ';' around Name which again
implies to me that '%' and ';' is not part of Name.

IMHO the example (using %name.para;) above is illegal in XML (or I
missed sg).

						Peter Huszar
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