On Mon, 5 Jul 2004, Lou Burnard wrote:
> [apologies: this message was delayed by finger trouble!]
> I have no problem with nesting of choices, or anything else indeed,
> however it does worryn me somewhat that in this example there's no
> obvious way of telling that if I choose the "dni" branch for the <abbr>,
> then I have to choose the "domini" branch for its expansion. In other
> words, there's a dependency which the nesting does not adequately capture.
Yes, I feebly tried to show this @resp (rather than some complicated
@id/@corresp type of thing, since it was late at night).
What about instead:
If I'm understanding the discussion so far, this would
force a choice between a1 and a2, itself a choice
between the abbr and expan? Does this imply a special
nature to choice when it is a child of choice?
I'd be interested in more (i.e. not abbreviation/correction/expansion)
types of application for nested choices.
Dr James Cummings, Oxford Text Archive, University of Oxford
James dot Cummings at ota dot ahds dot ac dot uk