Re: Frontline report from the Desperate Fgrep Hacker
On Fri, 11 Feb 100 07:45:58 -0500 (EST), you wrote: >Because the documents were 100% generated by a single >program whose behavior was entirely predictable. But isn't that rather beside the point? For a given application, we can of course limit ourselves to a particular subset of XML or some other notation, and then write code that reads and processes only that subset. That doesn't get us any closer to answering the question of whether or not XML (or whatever) is suitable as a general-purpose notation for data abstraction. -Steve Schafer
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