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The type xsd:nonPositiveInteger represents an arbitrarily large non-positive integer. An xsd:nonPositiveInteger is a sequence of digits, optionally preceded by a - sign. Leading zeros are permitted, but decimal points are not.

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Schema Document: datatypes.xsd



Valid valuesComment
-00122leading zeros are permitted
Invalid valuesComment
122value cannot be positive
+3value cannot be positive
3.0value must not contain a decimal point
an empty value is not valid, unless xsi:nil is used

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