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Example 12.13 shows an example of a complex type, idType, that is derived by restriction from xsd:string. The defined type restricts the possible values of xsd:stringto values that are ten characters in length. It also adds an attribute to the type.

As in Example 12.12 the simpleContent element signals that the new type does not contain any children. This example uses a restriction element to constrain the possible values used in the new type. The attribute element adds the element to the new type.

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