RE: [ Revised ] 15 elementary truths about XML
David Carlisle wrote: > [XML] Documents consist of characters not bytes If an XML processor processes characters, not bytes, then what software takes the bytes in a file and generates characters? Are you saying that an XML processors builds on top of another piece of software (which converts bytes to characters)? How is a character presented to an XML processor if it is not presented as one or more bytes? Perhaps I should use the word "file" rather than "document"? For example: The contents of an XML file is a sequence of zeros and ones called bits. /Roger
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