Representing IP addresses in XML Schema
rwaldin at pacbell.net
Tue Dec 21 23:33:22 GMT 1999
David Brownell wrote:
> Leigh Dodds wrote:
> > > > You can avoid the problem by storing the IP as a hex address, as in:
> > > >
> > > > ff.ff.ff.ff
> > >
> > > Thanks Ray. An interesting choice of words - "You can avoid the
> > > 'problem' ...".
> And create a worse one. IP addresses are "dotted DECIMAL"
> not "dotted hex".
Yeah, I guess you're right. Where would dotted hex ever be useful?
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