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[Bug 1897] [XSLT2.0] cardinalities of unparsed-text-available function

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------- Additional Comments From mike@saxonica.com  2005-09-16 11:53 -------
I can see your point. But I don't see where you get "non-empty string" from. We
should change it from:

The unparsed-text-available function determines whether a call on the
unparsed-text function with identical arguments would succeed.

to

The unparsed-text-available function determines whether a call on the
unparsed-text function with identical arguments would return a string.

which is an exact analogy of doc-available(), which says:

If fn:doc($uri) returns a document node, this function returns true

Michael Kay
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