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RE: doc-available vs. exists(document)

Subject: RE: doc-available vs. exists(document)
From: <mlcook@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 08:13:49 -0400
 RE: doc-available  vs.  exists(document)
Now that I have my transformation working, I got to wondering why
doc-available() and document() work a bit differently on their inputs.

If document() can find the file, why doesn't doc-available() use the
same rules?  I would think that I would check document availability,
then use the same value to actually open the document.

There must have been a reason for the difference.  Is there an (easy)
explanation for this?

Thanks, Mike

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