Why XML data typing is hard
Anders W. Tell
anderst at toolsmiths.se
Tue Dec 1 10:05:57 GMT 1998
David Brownell wrote:
> But: is this data being generated by/for programs, or people? People
> have different priorities than programs.
Then there is also the mixed UseCase with indexed webpages aimed for
end-user consumption. Here it might be useful to include "data islands"
with non visual "indexing" information such as keywords, links etc.
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/ Anders W. Tell /
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