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From: "Clark C . Evans" <email@example.com>
> It is this domain, data serialization that I think XML
> is sub-optimal.
XML is not a data serialization language. It is a markup
language, where text (i.e. words and sentences) can be annotated.
People who have been sold XML as a data serialization language
should be aware that XML was not designed to allow round-tripping
of arbitrary strings. To send arbitrary strings, encode in a bin64
or adopt some more appropriate technology (JNI, YAML, etc).