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- From: Richard Light <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Mon, 10 Mar 1997 07:43:16 +0000
In message <9703100537.AA05622@sqrex.sq.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org writes
>I wanted to point out that it is used for two different purposes.
>First, it is used to identify the type of the entity.
>Second, it is often used to specify how to process the entity.
>This assumes that all objects of the same type are always
>processed in the same way. But this is not the case.
>If yuo want to link from a document to style sheet, you could
>reasonably (I think) use processing instructions.
>I don't yet know how XML will decide to do this.
Just a thought. XML is planning to give give us a more powerful
[hyper]linking mechanism, with semantics on the links (yes?). Could we
use that mechanism to differentiate the differing roles of external
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