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RE: James Clark on Schema

Subject: RE: James Clark on Schema
From: Wendell Piez <wapiez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 07 Jun 2002 11:44:03 -0400
RE:  James Clark on Schema
Ah! Worlds in Collision!

On one side are those who see data types as essential features of any information set.

On the other, are those who see data types as useful (even important and sometimes essential) for local processing, but for interchange, as Just Another Label.

Cheers,
Wendell

(Nice insight, Tom.)

At 02:08 PM 6/6/2002, Mike wrote:
> Aha, Architectural Forms through the back door, eh?
>

I would say that architectural forms are types through the back door...


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