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- Date: Mon, 5 Apr 1999 09:21:47 -0400
>Because text files should be transmissible as text; XML is a format for
>marked up text.
XML can also be viewed/used as a text-based representation of data. In fact, I
think that's its primary definition, with text markup being a single application
(I have no opinion on the MIME-type issue as yet.)
Joe Kesselman / IBM Research
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