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"A> Can you recommend any books or
"A> in depth articles on the subject?
a friend of mine recommends:
Turner, Ronald C. et al.: readme.1st. SGML for Writers and Editors. Prentice
hall 1996 (sic!)
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here followed some 100 lines of completely unnecessary text. Could you quote
ONLY those lines from a previous message that are really needed? You need not
do it as extensively as I do it (I even reformatted your text), but...
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