Re: Adam Bosworth Article - what does "direct access" mean?
Joshua Allen wrote: > The point I took away was that languages like XPath are suited for > handling XML, while languages like Java are not. Therefore, as > programmers find themselves more frequently manipulating XML, they need > to either use XPath/XQuery/XSLT or else get better support in their > language of choice. An entirely sensible conclusion, if your premise is that XML is the stuff well-suited to handling by XPath. That is certainly Bosworth's premise, so it is no surprise that it is his conclusion. As I've said, argument by petitio principii. Respectfully, Walter Perry
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