Do we need port="*" anymore?

Declare-step says that one input can have port="*" to accept an
arbitrary number of inputs and one output can have port="*" to produce
an arbitrary number of outputs.

Since we switched to the element syntax for input bindings, I don't
think we need port="*" on inputs anymore. And since we now forbid
p:output from appearing in atomic steps, I don't think there's any
value in port="*" on outputs either.

                                        Be seeing you,

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                              | strong, but what gives the impression
                              | of extravagance proves usually on
                              | examination to be a relative deficiency
                              | of intellect.--William James

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