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XML is used around here, but in a different methodology which will be
documented in another volume later. We've defined about 8
methodologies that define our web application.
The problem that I have with element is that, to me in my mind, it
denotes a "small size", and what I'm documenting is "bigger" than an
element. It mayb ein my mind, but it's my mind and it's the only one
I got :-)
--- Lou Quillio <public -at- quillio -dot- com> wrote:
> Johan Hiemstra wrote:
> > I vote for 'element'.
> Not if there's any SGML/XML in there.
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