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This document normatively defines the static and dynamic semantics of XPath 3.1.
In this document, examples and material labeled as "Note" are provided for explanatory purposes and are not normative.
For example, the following productions describe the syntax of a static function call: The productions should be read as follows: A function call consists of an EQName followed by an Argument List.
The argument list consists of an opening parenthesis, an optional list of one or more arguments (separated by commas), and a closing parenthesis.
As well as modeling the tree structure of XML, the data model also includes atomic values, function items, and sequences.