Subject: Re: [regrep-cc-review] Issue #4: 11179 Data Element Terms
<Quote1> is this based on where the qualifier goes or how we interpret the qualifier? </Quote1> I would say it is based on where the qualifier goes. So in our case, we are really talking about a format for a telephone number in the U.S. I don't believe the CCTS spec speaks to this, so we'll need to brainstorm. My preference would be to place the qualifier closest to where it applies - i.e. before "Telephone" rather than before "Home" in this case. Thoughts? Joe Monica Martin wrote: > > >Chiusano: <Quote> > >The two expressions do have different semantics, but that does not make > >them unique. > ></Quote> > > > >Excellent - thanks for the reference Monica. I would assert that a > >qualifier should be placed closest to the term that it is meant to > >qualify. That is, if I were to choose between: > > > >US | Employee | US | Home | Telephone | Number > > > >or: > > > >US | Employee | Home | US | Telephone | Number > > > >I would choose the second one because I really mean a US telephone > >number, more than I mean a US home. > > > mm1: I am really stumped here (which happens often) is this based on > where the qualifier goes or how we interpret the qualifier? > I think logically it falls with the former. Do we apply some priority > here to how they are qualified?
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