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Kartik Shah
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I am trying to locate latest XPointer Specs.
I find four different documents at location XPointer W3C Site

This page says this document is superceded by other four documents.
I am confused to which one is Working Draft for XPointer Spec ?
If all of them constitue working draft can anybody briefly relate them to each other.

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Dhiren Joshi
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Kartik ,
I went thru the site u posted.

The main xml pointer specs are
http://www.w3.org/TR/xptr-xpointer/

These proabbaly refer to values which have been defined in the rest of the three others.

U just need to go thru the

http://www.w3.org/TR/xptr-xpointer/
as the main XPointer specs referring to the other 3 as they get referred.

.. This is how W3 specs referring XPointer define the three Sepcs.

"XPointer reached Recommendation status on 25 March 2003, in three parts: XPointer Framework, XPointer element() scheme and XPointer xmlns() scheme

"

HTH
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Kartik Shah
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Thanks for you reply.
Further, I found XPointer Framework is the binding document for rest of three schemes namely xpointer(), element() and xmlns().

And as you suggested, xpointer() scheme is primary scheme.
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