Re: If XML is too hard for a programmer, perhaps he'd be bett
Uche Ogbuji wrote: >>Nonetheless, regex is perfectly suitable for parsing XML in narrow, >>provincial, tightly constrained and content-controlled circumstances. > > ROTFL. If Tim had written that at first, rather than what he did write, I'd > guess this thread would never even have had legs. I, for sure, would not have > been interested in arguing a truism. > > Funny thing, though, that I have in my career encountered so few narrow, > provincial, tightly constrained and content-controlled circumstances. Well, I'm firmly provincial. I even live in one. -- Cheers, Tim Bray (ongoing fragmented essay: http://www.tbray.org/ongoing/)
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