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RE: XML Directory structure
- From: Peter Flynn <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 14:44:57 +0100
At Friday, 22 June 2001, "Hewko, Doug" <Doug.Hewko@ccra-adrc.gc.ca>
>Thanks for the reply. Sorry to be a pain, but I could not find CS104
>W3.org site. When I checked in Yahoo, I got a lot of computer course
>descriptions. :) Where is it located?
O dear. I wasn't speaking literally. I meant directory structures
is a topic typically covered by about the fourth class of the first
year of a
Computer Science course.
>Also, one other question, which I am having a problem answering.
Where may I
>find standards on the naming of elements?
I don't think there are any official ones. Lots of organisations
have their own.
>Of particular interest is whether
>lower case or upper case is perferred.
Uppercase is a hangover from the days of IBM mainframes.
lowercase is conventional in the Unix world.
MixedCase is a habit of programmers unless they have been infected
by the Java virus, in which case names are capitalised halfWayThrough