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But this is necessary since "file" is a valid value for the LEVEL attribute.

Michael Fox

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Would it not be preferable to use 
<c0x level="otherlevel" otherlevel="file?">
as "file?" is not part of the accepted list of values for the LEVEL attribute
?

Andre Kahle
Societe d'histoire de La Prairie-de-la-Magdeleine & INFOKA
La Prairie, Quebec
http://www.infoka.com/archilog/en




A 12:56 2006/03/17 -0600, vous avez écrit :
>Jodi and all---
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>If the very low intensity of physical processing either can't identify
record series, or at least can't disentangle them meaningfully, why not
simply code every resulting <c0x> as @LEVEL=file?  Then the coding is
intellectually sound, and it reflects the circumstance that no useful
hierarchy presents itself in their arrangement.
>
>Just one way to skin the cat,
>Dennis
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