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Re: Re: What are Schemas For?

patrick phalen

On Saturday, October 26, 2002, at 09:53  PM, Patrick Phalen wrote:

> A good vigorous debate is one thing, but you seem to be willing to 
> make a
> fool of yourself to try to win a point.

Actually, this is an educational effort and nobody every learns 
anything without appearing foolish some time or other.

> According to _The XML Handbook_, published in 1998 by Prentice Hall and
> authored by Charles F. Goldfarb (the inventor of SGML) and Paul 
> Prescod (!),
> the first DTD was published in a 1978 IBM manual written by Goldfarb 
> and
> derived from work he and others had done in the late '60s.

I was not aware of Mr Prescod's work experience.  I stand corrected.


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