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Topic-comment composite messages
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The other approach to designing composite messages is what I like to call the 'topic-comment' approach: you state a topic, then you say something about it.
This approach works much better for the previous slide, since you each comment you associate with a topic can use a different word with the appropriate word endings.
There is a little more to this theory of composite messages than we have mentioned so far, but you can get more information from the W3C Internationalization site at the following URI: .