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Re: SGML complexity

  • From: "Alexander Johannesen" <alexander.johannesen@g...>
  • To: "juanrgonzaleza@c..." <juanrgonzaleza@c...>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2006 20:41:48 +1000

Re:  SGML complexity
On 9/6/06, juanrgonzaleza@c... > I do not doubt that
XSLT is used. But if an Amazon query returns 4712
> results for books on Javascript, 1362 for XSLT, and 11065 for PHP...

... then perhaps that proves just the shere complexities involved in
two programming languages that require thousands of books written
about it to make sense of it vs. an elegant transformation language
that doesn't require bucketloads of explanation.

Size can mean many things, not just popularity.

"Ultimately, all things are known because you want to believe you know."
                                                         - Frank Herbert
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