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From: "James Clark" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> In a case where a server might be sending either XML or something else like
> HTML or PDF, then we are typically dealing with a human-readable document,
> which means that the XML is going to need a stylesheet.
This triggered off something that I wanted to post in response to some recent
but now-lost posting on XML-DEV.
There is a difference between a notation such as XML being human-readable
and structure/data expressed as XML documents being human-comprehensible.
One might almost say that the more the markup is difficult to comprehend,
the more headstart developers have that is at least the document is readable.