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Old 05-18-2004, 12:37 PM
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Default Programming Is Dead

Programing is dead.

XML documents, which are human readable, fully explain both data and data

There is no need for the *reinterpretation* of the programmer.

And let's face it, other than the 200 or 300 *real* programmers who can do
stuff like write operating systems, 99% of all so-called /programmers/ are
writing code to maninpulate data.


When XML does it all !!!

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