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RE: Meaning of "enumeration" and "pattern" in xs:list

From: Jeff Lowery <Jeff.Lowery@creo.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 2003 11:15:37 -0700
Message-ID: <4827EC373E03DB44AC2AB3900430896B672295@csiex01.scenicsoft.com>
To: "'xmlschema-dev@w3.org'" <xmlschema-dev@w3.org>

> The items within a list have an order, as indicated by the statement
> 
>     The ˇvalue spaceˇ of a ˇlistˇ datatype is a set of finite-length
>     sequences of ˇatomicˇ values.
> 
> in its use of the word "sequence".

Ah yes, thanks.  I'm less confused now.   Lists are unordered, but not their
item occurrences.  

Actually, my original question was even more stupid:  I thought Henry meant
list items were ordered *by value*.  That was a shocker.  I realized later
that wasn't what he meant.
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