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Comment: Fix formatting in the Antiquotations section. The asterisks were interfering with bold face.

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c) If you want to replace a child (or some more deeply located descendant), which is of a multiple-cardinality role, and if for that reason you may want to replace it not with a single node but rather with several ones, then use child list (simply list for brevity) antiquotations, *( )*. An expression inside a list antiquotation should return a list of nodes, that is of type * *nlist<..>* * or compatible type (i.e.* **{} list<node<..>>* * is ok, too, as well as some others). To write such an antiquotation, position your caret on a cell for a child inside a child collection and type "*" . You cannot use it on an empty child collection, so before you press "*" you have to enter a single child inside it.

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