Re: Is this some obscure but correct terminology?
Hi, guys...I received the following sentence in some content from a
developer. I've never seen this usage before, so before I rewrite or
question it, I want to know if anyone has ever seen this usage:
"Hydration/Dehydration of an XML structure from/to ASCII format"
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