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Re: [xml-dev] json v. xml

> No, that's not accurate -- there was a misunderstanding in some blogs,
> but I think it's been cleared up now.

Ah, thanks for the  clarification.

> Note also that like XML, JSON is purely declarative and (thus) not
> Turing-complete -- to make JSON executable, you have to wrap it with
> JavaScript, just as you would have to wrap XML to make it executable.
> It just happens that the wrapping is more convenient with JSON.

The point is that JSON *is* JavaScript, and that clients are implementing 
JSON by calling eval.  Are there are any browser clients that have an 
"evalJSON" method?  Since XML is its own syntax :) this carelessness can't 


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