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Subject:Re: Gut Reactions to SGML From:Kirk Foster <tscom004 -at- DUNX1 -dot- OCS -dot- DREXEL -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 7 Dec 1994 15:27:01 -0500
Sue Stewart writes:
Different kinds of information are best communicated in different ways.
Forcing everything to fit the same mold may make the job easier for the
writer/editor/communicator, but may not best serve the
From my limited knowledge of SGML, I thought one of the nifty aspects
of the extensive coding used was that you could generate user specific
documents by defining which codes to include in the documentation.
Sort of like boilerplate, material, but the original is more instead of
less inclusive. Is this a misperception on my part?
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