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On Thu, 18 Jan 1996 rjl -at- bostech -dot- com wrote:
> Or, another way to look at it is that the validator has at least the same
> capacity to understand as the original writer did. As writers, we may not
> be "expert" but we -do- have enough smarts that we can decipher the
> engineer's work and turn it into documentation.
Hummmmm...This sounds very much like the kind of work I've done as a