Document W3C-SGML-ERB DD-1996-0002
10 Sep 1996
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0.2 distinguishes between abstract and concrete syntaxes.
[Sic TEI; om. Bas, LA, MGML, Min, NSGML, PSGML, SL, SO. Bas, Min, SL, and SO all prescribe the reference concrete syntax and thus have no need to distinguish abstract from concrete syntax. LA, MGML, NSGML, and PSGML all prescribe a particular concrete syntax (in all cases, the same as the reference concrete syntax except that quantities and capacities may be ignored) and thus similarly need no distinction between abstract and concrete syntax.]
Bas, LA, MGML, Min, NSGML, PSGML, SL, SO
Does not apply
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