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Re: Two-mile-high markup (data typing,etc.) XMLpipelines (LONG

ignore markup data
[David Megginson]

> Thomas B. Passin writes:
>  > Say I want to compare the elevation to the minimum allowed by FAA
>  > regs for that location.
> First, a pedantic note (not addressed to Thomas; I just happened to
> pick his message to join the thread) -- the height of the ground, or
> something sitting on the ground, is 'elevation'; the height of an
> airplane, or something else not sitting on the ground, is 'altitude'.

Which I know, being a pilot myself, but decided to ignore for the discussion
at hand :-)


Tom P


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