[Bug 1747] [FS] editorial: 7.1.6 The fs:distinct-doc-order-or-atomic-sequence function


--- Comment #5 from Michael Dyck <jmdyck@ibiblio.org>  2008-08-18 05:44:19 ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> "The fn:boolean function as described in the [Functions and Operators] document
> takes an empty sequence, a sequence of one or more nodes, or a singleton value
> of type .... All other values are illegal."
>     No, fn:boolean <em>as described in the F+O doc</em> handles a wider set of
>     inputs. If you want the static typing to accept a narrower set of types,
>     fine, but don't make it sound like they're in agreement. 

I have clarified the distinction between the dynamic and static type

>     Also, the list of singleton types is missing xs:anyURI.

The Rec fixed this in the inference rule, but not in the preceding prose.

>     Also, NodeType+ probably isn't what you want. See Bug 1747, comment #3.

Changed to [[ node()+ ]]_sequencetype.

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