Peter B. West wrote:
> Ok, so it's a character.  How, then, is it represented?  Is it also a 
> <string> (of length one), or is it just a literal (length 1), or just an 
> NCName (length 1), or is it something else?

Sorry for having sidetracked you with the NCName stuff,
it is too restricted. For example, you can't parse
hyphenation-char="-" as NCName.
A "literal char" is problemtic too, as is the "code point"
formulation: the problem of combining marks has already
been mentioned, and then there are non-baseplane chars
(consisting of two "code points").


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