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  • From: XMLDevGuy@a...
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  • Date: Fri, 5 Nov 1999 01:31:17 EST

wml vs xhtml
WML is a more advanced than HDML as it includes WMLScripting (for storing 
variables across multiple cards and access to special phone features), 
following the DTD for WML pretty much gives you everything that one needs to 
know for creating a Deck.  A Deck is also an XML Doc.  

Being an avid DHTML developer, is XHTML worth looking @ at this point?  

Also, Im assuming with XML:XSL that an implementation could be make for WML 
easily (with the exception of the events).  I wrote a WML java package a few 
months ago with simple Deck and Card classes and has worked ok, but Im very 
interested in simply dropping it for XML:XSL style.  Make sense?

- Jon

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