Re: Stupid Question (was RE: XML doesn't deserve its
Joe English wrote: > >... > > Of course this may just be a lack of imagination on my part; > there may be many compelling use cases for xsi:type, I just > can't think of any. In most applications I've written, > by the time a function has its hands on a piece of data, > it already knows what the relevant type is. Think of it merely as a convenience feature that saves you the application writer from writing little conversion functions. Paul Prescod
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