Namespaces and DTDs

Bill la Forge b.laforge at
Thu Mar 11 16:37:20 GMT 1999

From: len bullard <cbullard at>
>Darn.  Maybe LISP was the right language after all and forty years 
>of computer scientists just didn't "get it".

Lisp and XML have a few things in common, like being easy to
determine if they are well formed. Frankly, I think XML will be
better in the long run because it can be validated against various


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