Tgr added a comment.

And I don't see how it's better than the multiple-text-tags-with-attributes approach.

How safe is the assumption that an XML parsing library that expects a tag to be unique will just ignore extra occurrences and return the first tag (as opposed to, say, returning the last one or raising an error)? I imagine DOM parsers would typically take the first and SAX parsers would typically take the last and get confused, and multi-gigabyte documents are more likely to be parsed in a SAX fashion.



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