DTD invented by Microsoft?!

Peter Murray-Rust Peter at ursus.demon.co.uk
Wed Jun 25 23:53:10 BST 1997

In message <199706251753.TAA18214 at sinfonix.rz.tu-clausthal.de> "Ingo Macherius" writes:
> > Could someone explain what "instance syntax for type definitions"
> > means. Thanks!
> <meta>
> 	I am aware this is a beginner's question. Is xml-dev the right place
> 	to answer ? If not, where is the place for such Q/A ? 

The first place to go would be Peter Flynn's FAQ if it is relevant to XML.
Peter has a form where you can post questions and/or answers.  When the FAQ 
was set up he was urging people to post.  It's now a very impressive site
with colours for versions, etc. and I'm not sure whether there is still a call
for material. ???Peter.

	There can be times when "beginners' questions" are appropriate on this 
list (*I* ask enough :-).  This is when there is a real danger that a general
lack of understanding might lead to fuzziness in *implementation*.  I think
this is particularly true when terminology is not clear.  So, for example,
'What is a resource in XML-LINK?' is worth discussing, and EliotK has given
an excellent working reference document for us.  

> </meta>

Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences

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