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RE: ConciseXML syntax


RE:  ConciseXML syntax
I don't get that.  Domain knowledge to parse? 
It required the DTD by standard, but that was 
often ignored.  What SGML did not have was a 
data model.  Some claim XML doesn't either.

But SGML does not require a knowledge of the 
meaning of the tags to parse.  It required 
a fat parser if it used a lot of features.

len

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Plusch [mailto:mplusch@c...]

SGML required domain knowledge (knowledge about
tag meaning) to be able to parse a document. This is
something that XML 1.0 fixed, and ConciseXML
shares that same property.

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