has the following example:
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The value for @fVal is "common noun", but the datatype for @fVal is data.pointer, and the value given is clearly not a pointer. To make it valid, this should be changed to fVal="#commonNoun", and the text be amended to explain that this points at a <symbol>/@xml:id in a feature structure declaration elsewhere in the file. However, if we do that, the question arises: why is the @dcr:valueDatcat being supplied in the <f> element, presumably wherever that <f> is used, when it could be applied once in the <fDecl>?