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Index: C

c character class: 6.4.3.1. Classical Perl character classes
Canonical XML and namespace prefixes: 10.2. Namespace Declarations
categories, Unicode: 6.4.3.2. Unicode character classes
chameleon schemas: 13.1.3. Splitting Schema Components
character classes: 6.4.3. Character Classes
children elements: 2.2. Our First Schema
recursive schemas and: 3.2.1. Depth Versus Modularity?
Clark, James: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule
A.1.3. Intrusive Modeling Tools
A.3.3. The RELAX NG Family
A.7. RELAX NG
"classical" Perl character classes: 6.4.3.1. Classical Perl character classes
co-occurrence constraints: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
Codd, E. F.: 11.3. Defining Nil (Null) Values
collapsed strings: 4.3.3. Collapsed Strings
comma-separated-value lists, not described by XML Schema: 5.2.1. List Datatypes
comments
adding to schemas, using xs:annotation element: 14.2. The W3C XML Schema Annotation Element
XML 1.0: 14.4. XML 1.0 Comments
complements of character classes: 6.4.3.3. User-defined character classes
complex content models: 2.2. Our First Schema
asymmetry of derivation methods: 7.4.2.3. Asymmetry of these two methods
creating: 7.4.1. Creation of Complex Content
empty content models as: 7.6.1.2. As complex content models
defining: 2.2. Our First Schema
derivation by extension: 7.4.2.1. Derivation by extension
7.7. Back to Our Library
derivation by restriction: 7.4.2.2. Derivation by restriction
7.7. Back to Our Library
11.2.2. Defining Complex Types
deriving from mixed contents: 7.5.2.3. Derivation between complex and mixed content models
example of: 7.7. Back to Our Library
complex datatypes: 2.2. Our First Schema
abstract attribute and: 12.2.3.3. Abstract complex types
block attribute and: 12.2.3.1. Blocking complex types
creating: 7. Creating Complex Datatypes
vs. deriving: 7.2.3. Creation Versus Derivation
with complex content models: 7.4.1. Creation of Complex Content
with empty content models: 7.6.1. Creation of Empty Content Models
with mixed content models: 7.5.1. Creating Mixed Content Models
with simple content models: 7.3.1. Creation of Simple Content Models
defining: 2.2. Our First Schema
11.2.2. Defining Complex Types
globally: 13.1.1.1. Elements
extensibility features of different styles: 13.1.1.1. Elements
final attribute and: 12.2.3.2. Final complex types
included schemas: 8.1. Schema Inclusion
example of: 8.4. Simplifying the Library
redefining: 8.2.1. Redefining of Simple and Complex Types
composite fields, defining: 9.2.2. Composite Fields
compositors (element roles): 7.4.1.1. Compositors and particles
Consistent Declaration Rule: 7.4.1.4. Consistent Declaration Rule
co-occurrence constraints as workaround to: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
xsi:type as workaround against: 11.2.2. Defining Complex Types
constraints
co-occurrence: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
composite fields and: 9.2.2. Composite Fields
key elements and: 9.2.3. Keys
testing for uniqueness: 9.2.1. Uniqueness
content models: 2.2. Our First Schema
7. Creating Complex Datatypes
(see also complex content models; mixed content models; simple content models)
allowing two for same element: 11.2.2. Defining Complex Types
co-occurrence constraints and: 9.4. Using and As Co-occurrence Constraints
deterministic vs. nondeterministic: 7.4.1.3. Unique Particle Attribution Rule
open schemas and: 13.2. The Need for Open Schemas
relationship between child text/element nodes and: 7.2.1. Content Models
reusable attributes/elements, creating: 7.4.1.2. Element and attribute groups
8. Creating Building Blocks
unordered, limitations on: 7.4.1.5. Limitations on unordered content models
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC): 4.5.1. The Realm of ISO 8601
4.5.1. The Realm of ISO 8601
counting words with regular expressions: 6.5.1.2. Counting words
Cowan, John: A.3.2. The W3C XML Schema Family


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