Re: terra incognita
On Wed, 19 Dec 2001, Gavin Thomas Nicol wrote: > XML would no longer be XML if it allowed arbitrary binary data. A fundamentally binary format, on the other hand, can happily contain embedded *text* as UTF-8, as most ASN.1 encodings do :-) ABS -- Alaric B. Snell http://www.alaric-snell.com/ http://RFC.net/ http://www.warhead.org.uk/ Any sufficiently advanced technology can be emulated in software
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