desc (hendiBiblio)

<desc> (description) contains a short description of the purpose, function, or use of its parent element, or when the parent is a documentation element, describes or defines the object being documented.

Attributes
type
Example
<dataSpec module="tei" ident="teidata.point" validUntil="2050-02-25">
            <desc type="deprecationInfo" versionDate="2018-09-14" xml:lang="en">Several standards bodies, including NIST in the USA,
            strongly recommend against ending the representation of a number
            with a decimal point. So instead of <q>3.</q> use either <q>3</q>
            or <q>3.0</q>.</desc>
            <!-- ... -->
         </dataSpec>
Example
<gi>desc</gi> <dataSpec module="tei" ident="teidata.point">
        <desc versionDate="2010-10-17" xml:lang="en">defines the data type used to express a point in cartesian space.</desc>
        <content>
          <dataRef name="token" restriction="(-?[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)?,-?[0-9]+(\.[0-9]+)?)"/>
        </content>
        <!-- ... -->
      </dataSpec>
Example
<gi>desc</gi> <place xml:id="KERG2">
          <placeName>Kerguelen Islands</placeName>
          <!-- ... -->
          <terrain>
            <desc>antarctic tundra</desc>
          </terrain>
          <!-- ... -->
        </place>

Examples

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