Don Park donpark at
Tue Nov 23 09:11:15 GMT 1999

>Also, for that matter, one might argue that SML does not need
>CDATA sections because it has no notion of validity, or even a distinction
>between CDATA and PCDATA elements.  So long as the XML or HTML document
>being "quoted" is well formed, it can go inside any SML tag pair.  (Or am I
>missing something here?)

As for me, CDATA is out because it is a convenience feature
and a hack to boot.

'quoted' XML or HTML document can be placed inside
any SML tag pair or 'dumbed down' by escaping reserved

Don Park    -   mailto:donpark at
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