IPP> MOD - Syntax for number-up-supported ? [should be 1setOf (integer (1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))]

IPP> MOD - Syntax for number-up-supported ? [should be 1setOf (integer (1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))]

IPP> MOD - Syntax for number-up-supported ? [should be 1setOf (integer (1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))]

Hastings, Tom N hastings at cp10.es.xerox.com
Wed Oct 20 01:43:04 EDT 1999


When we go over typos with the RFC Editor, I'll change the syntax for
"number-up-supported" from:

(1setOf integer(1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))

to:

1setOf (integer(1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))

Tom


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Herriot, Robert 
> Sent:	Tuesday, October 19, 1999 18:10
> To:	Johnson, Swen R; Herriot, Robert
> Cc:	XAC.JavaPrintAPI.Core; Hastings, Tom
> Subject:	RE: Syntax for number-up-supported ?
> 
> 
> Solution #1 is the correct answer. The idea is that a printer might
> support "1:4,8" which is equivalent to "1,2,3,4,8"
> 
> Tom: you might want to fix this in the model document.
> 
> Bob Herriot
> 
> 	-----Original Message-----
> 	From:	Johnson, Swen R 
> 	Sent:	Tuesday, October 19, 1999 5:11 PM
> 	To:	Herriot, Robert
> 	Cc:	XAC.JavaPrintAPI.Core
> 	Subject:	Syntax for number-up-supported ?
> 
> 	Bob,
> 
> 	The IPP Model gives the syntax for number-up-supported as:
> 
> 		(1setOf integer(1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))
> 
> 	This seems ambiguous (the outer parentheses don't help). Should this
> be interpreted as:
> 
> 		1setOf (integer(1:MAX) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX))
> 
> 	or as:
> 
> 		(1setOf integer(1:MAX)) | rangeOfInteger(1:MAX)
> 
> 
> 	Thanks,
> 
> 	-- Swen
> 
> 



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