Re: XML should NOT be a new programming language
>>If you think that's interesting then you should take a look at the XML serialization technologies in .NET which among other things allow one to convert class definitions to W3C XML schemas and back. Thus object instances can be represented as valid XML documents and converted back and forth as well.<< That's what the Pascal classes I mentioned do. They have been able to create an XML Schema from run-time type info (in C++ or Delphi) since mid 2000-- back in the CR days... Jeff Rafter Defined Systems http://www.defined.net XML Development and Developer Web Hosting
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