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Sam Hunting scripsit:
> <counter-troll> The phrase <troll> XML is a <phrase>data model</phrase>,
> the syntax in the XML 1.0 REC is just an annoying inconvenience.
> does not appear in XML 1.0, therefore XML has no data model whatever,
> since the Infoset isn't one and doesn't claim to be.</countertroll>
Say rather that XML has no *unique authoritative* data model whatever,
since the Infoset isn't one and doesn't claim to be. But why should there
be such a thing? XML has many data models for different purposes.
The Infoset provides a common terminology into which they can be translated.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan email@example.com
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