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On Tuesday 18 February 2003 04:35 pm, Hugh Wallis wrote:
> That's what XBRL is all about . As an example various banks are
> providing discounts to loan applicants who submit their applications tagged
> in XBRL. This provides an incentive to the data provider to use this
> format. Software is being created to facilitate that so the underpaid data
> entry clerk never needs to see a pointy bracket. Various existing
> accounting software is implementing 'export to XBRL' type features to
> relieve the burden.
How long until XBRL is ubiquitous, and what happens then?