Re: [ Revision #2 ] 15 elementary truths about XML
Costello, Roger L. wrote: > <snip> > a. In the computer is a sequence of bytes > > b. Programming language specific software interprets the bytes as characters and output a sequence of characters > > c. An XML processor reads the sequence of characters, processes them, and outputs the results > > d. An XML application reads the XML processor's output and interprets the characters as strings, Booleans, integers, and URLs. Given that it's taken you several attempts now and a lot of hand-holding to comprehend what to everyone else on this mailing list is pretty much self-evident, do you think you're perhaps in the wrong line of work?
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