davidc at nag.co.uk
Mon Nov 3 17:41:33 CET 2008
> No, I DID mean 'interval'. The use of 'condition' specifies a set, and I
> have no problem with that. It's the assertion that this set is an interval
> that worries me, i.e. the fact we are using 'interval' rather than 'set'
> as the container.
Ah, I see. That is a reference to one example in appendix c of MathML2.
I think that was just in error. <interval> as specified in chapter 4 of
mathml2 and mathml3 takes two children specifying the end points.
I can't see any text that justifes any other form.
Sorry I misread the document and thought you were objecting to the
limits of the integral being specifed as an arbitrary (and possibly
nonsensical) domain (using <condition>) rather than using the <interval>
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