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Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
> We should always question these definitions.
> Structured vs unstructured is yet another way
> to divide by categorization, and as the answers
> reveal, it isn't a very meaningful polarity.
> When you stop questioning, you stop learning.
or you start doing...
> Practice is the acquisition of habit, not knowledge.
> HTML is the example many think they understand.
> HTML is not just a presentational vocabulary.
> META tags, for example, are not presentational.
> FORM tags aren't strictly presentational. Even
> DIVs aren't strictly presentational. In fact,
> almost any tag has aspects of presentation and
> content (note I am not using the term 'semantic'
> here because presentation is a semantic). The
> principle 'separation of presentation and content'
> is flaky in practice.
why is that?
You aren't doing something like this:
> XML-Dev learns by the application of XML because
> XML itself is pretty much done.