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Re: Datatypes - it's in the contract

Re:  Datatypes - it's in the contract
At 05:32 PM 9/28/2002 +0000, Arjun Ray wrote:
>Ah, declare!  Have you heard of notation declarations?
>Just because you and I need to validate the farglebarps we exchange by
>contractual wgreement, does not imply that the rest of the universe
>"needs" to have validation of farglebarps built into their systems.

I am used to notations as a way of identifying an external application, but 
you apparently want to use it in some other way. I don't think that the 
notion of integer is specific to any particular application or programming 

>Give up your seat at the table with the back room boys, and you may see

There really are many times that I feel whatever technical discussion 
occurs on XML-Dev is beside the point. I keep trying to engage in technical 
discussion anyway. I really do hope that my years of involvement in 
developing the standards that many of you use doesn't disqualify me.



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