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Re: Hello,Kseniya here.



2009/2/20 Miss Kseniya <[email protected]>
Hello ! thank you that you found time to reply ,I am sending my short
letter to explain some things about my plans!
the thing is that i am going to leave russia to work abroad and
I would like to find a man over there who has time and wish to meet young girl
to spend free time together!
I've never been abroad before and I hate to be alone in foreign country.
I'm looking for a friend,and I would like to meet kind man.
I'm a free bird now, I don't have a boyfriend and I'm open to
everything!!!I am looking just for a good man who can
show me over there.I hope you like my pics!
I`m 26 years old, I hope my age is ok for you??I live in Russia, My height is 5.6
I hope that you will write me back?
and I just hope that it will begin of our relationship.and I do hope we will meet in real life
one day soon.OK, I will wait for your answer. When I hear back from you I will
write more things about myself and send more pics! I'm sending my photos...
I have photos, sorry I don't have any professional ones, just
usual photos. Kseniya (this is my real name).

PS: Kseniya this is my personal e-mail address so pls answer me here .
and the picture of the lake Baikal it is not too far from my hometown
it is the very big and clear lake. it is Russia,deep Syberia.Cold enough here!!!




> Hello
> Until recently I use the following format for a matrix
> <matrix m01="1.000000" m02="0.000000" m03="0.000000" m04="0.000000"
> m05="0.000000" m06="1.000000" m07="0.000000" m08="0.000000"
> m09="0.000000" m10="0.000000" m11="1.000000" m12="0.000000"
> m13="0.000000" m14="0.000000" m15="0.000000" m16="1.000000" />

> Yet after reading the schema primer I changed this to the following format
>  <matrix16>

>                 <vector4>1.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000</vector4>

>                 <vector4>0.000000 1.000000 0.000000 0.000000</vector4>

>                 <vector4>0.000000 0.000000 1.000000 0.000000</vector4>

>                 <vector4>0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 1.000000</vector4>

>         </matrix16>

> Which is validated by the following snippet of schema


> <xsd:schema xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" >

> <xsd:element name="matrix16" type="matrix16_type"/>
>         <xsd:simpleType name="float_list">

>                 <xsd:list itemType="xsd:float"/>
>         </xsd:simpleType>
>
>         <xsd:simpleType name="vector4_type">
>                 <xsd:restriction base="float_list">

>                         <xsd:length value="4"/>
>                 </xsd:restriction>
>         </xsd:simpleType>
>
>         <xsd:complexType name="matrix16_type">

>                 <xsd:sequence>
>                         <xsd:element name="vector4"
> type="vector4_type" minOccurs="4" maxOccurs="4"/>

>                 </xsd:sequence>
>         </xsd:complexType>
> </xsd:schema>

> Now the xml file passes validation but I do not know of an xml
> libraries which allows me access to this data without myself
> parsing it, as I was informed that "XML specifies that the
> innermost content of a tag is CDATA". If I used this list in an attribute of an

> element the same situation would apply.

> So my question to the mailing list is should I have changed the
> organisation of the xml from my original format or how can
> I get to the data without having to parse it myself.

> Thanks.

>

I have only been on this mailing list about a couple of days but have to say I am really disappointed that my email address is being included in the online version http://lists.xml.org/archives/xml-dev/200902/msg00109.html which makes it possible for the above type of spam to be directed to me.
Would any list admin like to comment on this?

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