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Amelia A Lewis scripsit:
> In XML, typing specifies validation algorithms.
That's one thing it does, but not the only thing. It also allows a
semantics-blind algorithm to convert XML into an internal network of objects.
> The power is in *flexibility* and *extensibility*. If the only data types
> in XML on which everyone can agree are "string" and "token", then define
> those. *And* define extension functions, extension hooks, to allow others
> to define, for an application space, their own data type libraries.
Exactly the policy of RELAX NG.
John Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.reutershealth.com
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