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At 20:57 09/04/2004, Ari Nordström wrote:
> > A common fallacy, and one I'm not surprised to hear from you given
> > your avowed SGML background.
>Fallacy? This depends on what the system's supposed to do, and what the
>writer's allowed to do in that context. One of the main points of having a
>DTD in the first place is to provide a set of structural rules to be
For the completed document I'm 100% with you. It's a good option.
Whilst writing one? No thanks.
Whilst converting something from DTD A to B? No thanks.
If you are purposely creating an invalid document? No thanks.