private vs. public (was Re: XML as "passive data")
Okay, maybe I am missing the point here. Why are we comparing data visibility between XML and object-oriented language class instances? Object-oriented languages can only use private data if the class contains methods that access the data. XML instances do not have methods. If anything, they are more like c-style "struct" instances to me. Can someone enlighten me as to the relevence in all this? I'm obviously missing something... --- Seairth Jacobs seairth@s...
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