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[Bug 6376] [Ser] non-normative notes

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--- Comment #4 from Henry Zongaro <zongaro@ca.ibm.com>  2009-01-29 15:44:34 ---
Hmmm.  Taking a closer look, I see that I misread the statement that "examples
and material labeled as 'Note' are provided for explanatory purposes and are
not normative."  I took "labeled as 'Note'" to apply to both examples and
material - i.e., "examples labeled as 'Note' and material labeled as
'Note'...."  So I thought for the sake of consistency I would have to change
all examples to be labeled with "Note," but I see that XQuery 1.0 does not in
fact label its examples with Note.

With apologies for my confusion, I propose to add this sentence to the end of
the second paragraph of section 1.1 of Serialization:[1]

. In this document, material labeled as "Note" and examples are provided for
explanatory purposes and are not normative.

[1] http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt-xquery-serialization/#terminology

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