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RE: ConciseXML syntax


RE:  ConciseXML syntax
Hi Dare,

On Fri, 2003-01-17 at 21:34, Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> Objects have methods and objects can have circular references.
> Representing those in plain vanilla XML (i.e. no DTDs or schema) is an
> immense challenge without resorting to what some would colorfully
> describe as "gross hacks". 

I think I can see how W3C XML Schema and its PSVI are trying to
facilitate the mapping between XML documents and graphs of objects, but
I really miss to see what DTDs can bring here. Could you elaborate
please?

Thanks

Eric

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