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Although black 1 (attaching in the corner) is playable, it's certainly not joseki. Tewari teaches us that this sequence makes bad shape for black.
The exchange of the kosumi for the keima has now become bad.

If you compare the result to the one of the following joseki, you will see that black could have done better.

So, all by all we should conclude that attaching in the corner is a soft move which gives white a better result. In professional go the attachment in the corner is therefor never played if white plays the keima.