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Lars Marius Garshol scripsit:
> Just a little note: the XML Schema specification calls the language
> defined in that specification "XML Schema definition language". It
> seems to me that it makes more sense to call the language XSDL.
> (The Charles Goldfarb series of books already do.)
Kernighan and Ritchie wrote a book called "The C Programming Language",
but the language described therein is C, not CPL. WXS is specifically
the schema language from the W3C, as Microsoft Flight Simulator is
specifically the flight simulator from Microsoft. Those who would adopt
common nouns as the names of their products must suffer the addition of
a corporate qualifier in the name of disambiguation.
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