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I should clarify that my example is talking about using XML from the start, not doing the gynastic feats that David Knopf sumerises in this "woe" post. I've build a variety of xml-based apps using only Notepad. No Frame, No Word, no nuttin. So, I'd like to make the point that my comments are about XML in general and not a defence of the kind of process that Knopf described. Granted, I say this too based on not having read the article in question.
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