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Quoting "DuCharme, Bob (LNG-CHO)" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
OTOH, I've seen stuff so horrible on both counts it arguably should be "No"
> >Is HTML structured or unstructured information?
> But seriously... if "Structured information may be characterized as
> information whose intended meaning is unambiguous" and "The canonical
> example of structured information is a relational database table" then the
> article is building from a shaky premise, because the intended meaning of
> the data in a relational database table can easily be ambiguous.
> If it means that a relational table is structured because the individual
> pieces of information in it are clearly delineated and their structural
> relation is unambiguous, which makes sense to me, then I would consider
> structured, especially when compared to the article's examples of
> unstructured information.
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