RE: DAML +OIL versus XML
> >Can "DAML +OIL" replace "XML"? Is this another homework question? > I dunno. How do you do > > <html> > <h1>My web page</h1> > <p>Here are some photos of my family</p> > </html> > > in "DAML + OIL"? Just like that! Well ok, you'll also have to model the family photo language in DAML+OIL, but I think the DAML HTML Gateway Tools  should help. The semantics of most (if not all) XML languages can be represented in DAML+OIL, there's no need to get rid of the XML version - it's working on a different layer. If you're starting from scratch, then an RDF/XML (+DAML+OIL or OWL if necessary) representation might well be worth considering for interchange rather than or as well as vanilla XML. btw, DAML+OIL is being superceded by the Web Ontology language OWL. Cheers, Danny.  http://www.daml.org/2001/10/html/
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