Re: Whitepapers and ScreenShots of Office 11 XML Features
K. Ari Krupnikov wrote: > Of course we did. All I was saying was that "view source" is no > substitute for "read DTD". On the contrary. View Source is essential. Read DTD is nice-to-have. And for something reasonably complex, like for example DocBook or HTML, in my experience it's *easier* to learn by View Source. Anyhow, I'd rather have a program read the DTD for me and tell me where I got the instance wrong. Reading moderately-complex DTDs with lots of parameter entities can be immensely difficult. -Tim
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