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Re: OO and scripting

Subject: Re: OO and scripting
From: Duane Nickull <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 17:47:00 -0700
Re: OO and scripting

I agree with your views.  I think it's important to note that accessing
XML with XSL as data objects makes it very easy to use those OOP and OOS
languages to manipulate the objects.  Combined with the fact that most
of the Internet crowd uses browsers with GUI that lend themselves to
providing point and click or mouse over event handlers, OO  is perfect
for XML/XSL via the <xsl:script> tags.

Data should remain pure though and I do not share the point of view that
a <script> tag should be in XML itself.

Duane Nickull

Paul Prescod wrote:
 OO is great for building software
> systems that manipulate information but it is not a good basis for the
> information models themselves.
> More information:
> http://www7.scu.edu.au/programme/fullpapers/1920/com1920.htm
> --
>  Paul Prescod  - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
>  http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco
> Diplomatic term: "Emerging Markets"
> Translation: Poor countries. The great euphemism of the Asian financial
>              meltdown. Investors got much more excited when they thought
> they could invest in up-and-comers than when they heard they could invest
> in the Third World.(Brills Content, Apr. 1999)
>  XSL-List info and archive:  http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list

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