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   RE: [xml-dev] What is XML For?

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> Yes, okay.  But where's the type system, the defined functional operators,
> the logic interpreter?  They're probably all going to be implicitly assumed
> by the receiver

Sure.  Just as the "business logic" processor receiving any XML document
is assumed, too.  Again, I said "objects on the wire."  Who knows, perhaps
someone will define a new PI:  <? corba "Locate" ?> and various object
models will be reconciled via XSLT.  But that's a pipe dream for another

> In XML, you're not assuming any of that, unless you choose to.

Hence my aphorism that "XML is a superset."


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