The <lcSequence> element was deprecated in DITA version 1.3. It was replaced with the <lcSequence2> element. It was originally intended provide the position of a sequence option in a sequence.

Content models

See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.


+ topic/data learningInteractionBase-d/data learning-d/lcSequence


      <lcSequencing id="sequencing">
        <title>Sequencing City Populations in the U.S.</title>
        <lcQuestion>Order the following U.S. cities according to population, from
          largest to smallest.</lcQuestion>
            <lcAnswerContent>Portland, Oregon</lcAnswerContent>
            <lcSequence name="lcSequence" value="2"/>
            <lcAnswerContent>Chicago, Illinois</lcAnswerContent>
            <lcSequence name="lcSequence" value="1"/>
            <lcAnswerContent>Portland, Maine</lcAnswerContent>
            <lcSequence name="lcSequence" value="4"/>
            <lcAnswerContent>Syracuse, New York</lcAnswerContent>
            <lcSequence name="lcSequence" value="3"/>
        <lcFeedbackIncorrect>No, try again, please.     </lcFeedbackIncorrect>
        <lcFeedbackCorrect>Very good.</lcFeedbackCorrect>


The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group, @outputclass, and the attributes defined below.

The name used to indicate this data. The default value for this attribute is "lcSequence".
@value (REQUIRED)
The position of an option in a sequence of options. The value MUST be a number.

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