Whence XQL?

Tim.Shaw at wdr.com Tim.Shaw at wdr.com
Thu Mar 25 12:04:02 GMT 1999

Shouldn't that be 'pedantically' :^)


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Subject: RE: Whence XQL?
Author:  david (david at megginson.com) at unix,mime
Date:    25/03/99 11:34

I missed the start of this thread.  Did the poster really want to know 
where XQL came from (whence), or was the poster interested in where 
it's going (whither)?
Since SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE swept the Oscars, I expect people to get 
their 16th-century English usage right.
Pedanticly yours,

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