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Subject:SGML From:Peggy Thompson <THOMPSONP -at- A1 -dot- OSTI -dot- GOV> Date:Mon, 5 Apr 1993 08:49:00 EST
Are any of you out there doing anything with SGML (Standard
Generalized Mark-Up Language)? It's getting to be quite the
buzzword in my company--and others in this area--but I have yet
to see the practical applications of it. To me, it's still a
nebulous concept, at best.
Am I a dinosaur, or are the rest of you still waiting to get to
this threshold of sophistication as well?
thompsonp -at- a1 -dot- osti -dot- gov