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RE: An unclear point with W3C XML 1.0 Specification

RE:  An unclear point with W3C XML 1.0 Specification

Sure. Those were the good old bad old days..

but size of data isn't really so much of an issue, more
important is the ability to be able to process it

Of course. any representation of business data in
an XML family format can benefit enourmously from

I'm always astounded that an 800,000k xml file can
be compressed to around 60k (I think from memory).



Quoting Joshua Allen <joshuaa@m...>:

> > You'd be surprised the number of companies that still
> > use floppy disks to send out data. So many find they
> > can use CSV because it fits on a floppy, and are unable
> > to use xml because it won't fit.
> Even back in the days when I exchanged information by floppy, we had
> pkzip.
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