Re: RE: RE: Stupid Question (was RE: XMLdoesn'tdese
3/5/2002 4:05:22 PM, "John Evdemon" <jevdemon@v...> wrote: >Isn't the phrase well-formed XML a bit redundant? > I'd guess that Simon meant "without a DTD or schema to imply all the bits that would have to be serialized without them." All legal XML is well-formed, so the "well-formed" qualifier generally means "no DTD/Schema."
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