Where to start?

Andrew Layman andrewl at microsoft.com
Wed Oct 13 20:26:11 BST 1999

Regarding using XML as a storage format for data, Stephen Mohr suggested
"not unless you plan interoperability with competing products."  Actually, I
think that a good case can be made for using XML if you intend
interoperability with future versions of the same product.

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