Re: W3C Schema: Resistance is Futile, says Don Box
Amelia A Lewis wrote: > In XML, typing specifies validation algorithms. Hmm... well it also allows software to unpack XML instances into native storage in a sensible way without being savvy to the internals of the applications that generated or will use the data. My question is, is there a need for this? -Tim
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