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 | 2 | Abstract | Prose | No? | Could be same as (3e), but Abstracts may also be separately compiled into other indices so could have a different answer ​| | 2 | Abstract | Prose | No? | Could be same as (3e), but Abstracts may also be separately compiled into other indices so could have a different answer ​|
 | 3a | Body or Appendix | Example string | Yes | E.g. fictional person name, IRI, EAI, domain name, etc. Currently there'​s no XML markup to denote example strings, so hard to distinguish from (3c) | | 3a | Body or Appendix | Example string | Yes | E.g. fictional person name, IRI, EAI, domain name, etc. Currently there'​s no XML markup to denote example strings, so hard to distinguish from (3c) |
-| 3b | Body or Appendix | Code snippet | No | "​Code"​ does not mean examples here, but actual grammar like ABNF, C, etc. |+| 3b | Body or Appendix | Code snippet | No| "​Code"​ does not mean examples here, but actual grammar like ABNF, C, etc. |
 | 3c | Body or Appendix | Literal protocol element | Yes? | Required transliteration should use U+xxxx syntax | | 3c | Body or Appendix | Literal protocol element | Yes? | Required transliteration should use U+xxxx syntax |
 | 3d | Body or Appendix | Document title of a cited document | Yes | Answer should match (4c) | | 3d | Body or Appendix | Document title of a cited document | Yes | Answer should match (4c) |
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