Re: bohemians, gentry
Jonathan Robie wrote: > I agree that processing may impose semantics on data that was not envisioned by > the creator of the data, but you seem to > be saying more - that providing data types in XML data interferes with unforeseen > reuse. Well of course it interferes--specifically, it tightly constrains reuse--unless that reuse is itself predicated on throwing aside the datatypes provided, and isn't that petitio principii? Respectfully, Walter Perry
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