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Re: RE: Stupid Question (was RE: XML doesn'tdeserve


Re: RE:  Stupid Question (was RE:  XML doesn'tdeserve
3/5/2002 1:45:56 PM, "Dare Obasanjo" <dareo@m...> wrote:

>
>But in the programming language the type information is out of band as
>well. Information about simple types is obviously not but declarations
>of complex types are not available simply from looking at that one
>class. 

Right.  My point was to ask why it helps to put some meta-information
in-line but make the user get other information out of band. Compilers
(as far as I know) generally do it out of band.  I
can see doing it all inline, all out of band, but not a mix of both.
That leads us into the PSVI muddle.

Again, maybe there's a good reason for this ... someone please educate
me.



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