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Re: SGML queries


Re:  SGML queries
"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" scripsit:

> Yes, I forgot about those.  I don't think I ever 
> believed them when I saw them, and then I tested 
> it in a browser and felt a creeping panic. :-)

Oh, well, browsers can do anything.  What's amazing is that an SGML
construction was waiting in the wings that would grandfather such
cruft and make it valid SGML.

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