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Define xml schema for a styled letter

File: Data.xml
<?xml version="1.0"?>

<letter xmlns:xsi=""
  <greeting><hello/> Bob!</greeting>
  <closing>Just closing.<lax/></closing>
File: Schema.xsd
<?xml version="1.0"?>

<xsd:schema xmlns:xsd="">
  <xsd:element name="letter">
    <xsd:complexType mixed="true">
        <xsd:element name="greeting">
          <xsd:complexType mixed="true">
              <xsd:element name="hello"/>
              <xsd:element name="hi"/>
              <xsd:element name="dear"/>
        <xsd:element name="body">
          <xsd:complexType mixed="true">
              <xsd:element name="item"/>
              <xsd:element name="price"/>
              <xsd:element name="arrivalDate"/>
        <xsd:element name="closing">
          <xsd:complexType mixed="true">
              <xsd:restriction base="xsd:anyType">
                  <xsd:any processContents="lax"/>


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