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What happens if no XML namespace declaration is in scope?

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If no XML namespace declaration is in scope, then any prefixed element type or attribute names result in namespace errors. For example, in the following, the names google:A and google:B result in namespace errors.
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<google:A google:B="error" />
In the absence of an XML namespace declaration, unprefixed element type and attribute names do not belong to any XML namespace. For example, in the following, the names A and B are not in any XML namespace.

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