M.H.Kay at eng.icl.co.uk
Fri Dec 11 09:46:15 GMT 1998
> From: W. Eliot Kimber
> Remember that notations do not affect the *parsing* of the data, only its
> semantic interpretation.
If that is so, I am back to square zero in my understanding of notations!
For example, I thought that if I wanted to put MIDI data in an XML document,
I would use notations to the indicate the fact. But I can't semantically
interpret MIDI data (or even hear the music) before I've parsed it. The
notation is surely there to tell me that it's MIDI, not that it's Vivaldi.
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