XML Matters, Kicking back with RELAX NG, Part 2
Tools and special issues
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Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: March 26, 2003
RELAX NG schemas provide a more powerful, concise, and semantically straightforward means of describing classes of valid XML instances than do W3C XML Schemas. In this installment, David continues the discussion of RELAX NG begun in part 1 of this series by addressing a few additional semantic issues and looking at tools for working with RELAX NG.
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