Re: Re: validating hairy data models (was Att ribute
> Why even use XML? No. In "The Art of Programming" (highly recommended BTW.) they say that whenever possible, use a textual representation of data because it's more robust, and easily handled by both human and machine. I think this is a great guideline, and XML can be used to represent structured data very easily. As Tim says, it's like the new ASCII, but is also gives you a bit more depth.
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