Art - Arthit Suriyawongkul wrote:
>>><num value="2500000000000000000">2.5 trillion</num>
>>>can we use the scientific notation to make it
>>><num value="2.5E+18">2.5 trillion</num> instead ?
>>Why wouldn't you? This seems a very good way of doing it. If you were
>>worried you could explain your convention in the header.
> I just worried if other people also use this convention or not,
> does it recommended by TEI ?
> (if not, I like to see it in the future release of TEI guideline :) )
They/we tend not to specify that. There are few atts with required
tokens, and none (I bet), that are theoretically infinite in the choices
>>It is also, of course, the way around the US/UK difference in number
> or may be ...
> <xxx lang="en_US">trillion</xxx>
> <xxx lang="en_GB">trillion</xxx>
a) there's no such thing as too much markup ;). But b) you will have
already marked the language of the content somewhere else (e.g. in
body?), n'est pas?
> hmm... way way overannotated ? :)
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