Miles Sabin wrote: > Paul Prescod wrote, > > >XML has "broad acceptance." > > So is ASN.1 for many applications. I'm at a conference where I'm listening to Oracle talk about the XML support in their database after last night I heard how Word has XML built in. People are here from health care to legal to military to entertainment. Most programmers working on interesting new applications use XML for some bit of it, if only their build system or configuration file. And there is no sign of growth slowing or stopping. That's broad acceptance. Paul Prescod
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