Empty TD element wording
m.b.taylor at bristol.ac.uk
Thu Jun 22 10:38:42 PDT 2006
On Thu, 22 Jun 2006, Ed Shaya wrote:
> >I think you can use it for either, according to the value of the
> >VALUES type element. Sec 4.6 says:
> > The scope of the domain described by the VALUES element (and by its
> > MIN, MAX and OPTION sub-elements) can be qualified by type="actual",
> > if it is only applicable to the data enclosed in the parent TABLE; the
> > domain of a valid RA in the example above has the default type="legal"
> > qualification.
> When you want to supply the min and max of the list of numbers actually
> in a Table/Field, one use's "actual". This is still not an upper or
> lower limit. One would need an optional attribute in the TD, as in
> <TD limit="upper">12.3</TD> to specify u.l. or l.l.
Ah apologies - in that case I misunderstood what was being intended
by upper/lower limit in this conversation.
Mark Taylor Astronomical Programmer Physics, Bristol University, UK
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