On Wed, 15 Jul 1998, David R. Chesnutt wrote:
> Peter Flynn wrote in answer to Bob Rosenberg's query:
> >> 1) Why is <P> not allowed in <NOTE> in TEIlite?
> >But it is...although it's only allowed if there is no text
> >preceding or following it:
> >OK: <note>Here is a note</note>
> >OK: <note><p>Here is a note</p></note>
> >Forbidden: <note>Here is a note <p>With an embedded paragraph</p></note>
> >Forbidden: <note>
> > <p>Here is a note</p>
> > </note>
> Peter: I don't understand the difference between the second and fourth
> examples. Except for the formatting, they seem identical to me.
The returns and spaces between the end of the <note> and the beginning of
the <p> are PCDATA, so 4 is actually analogous to 3, not 2.
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University of Michigan