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Subject:Re: XML From:Lani Hardage <lhardage -at- RMTECH -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 18 Dec 1997 11:35:46 -0800
The XML standard is documented on the w3 website
(http://www.w3.irg/XML/) and has been passed on to the review and voting
process to become a standard. The standard has the full intentional
support of Netscape, Microsoft and Sun, among others, and MSIE 4.0 has
an XML parser built in.
O'Reilly (www.oreilly.com) has a book on the current state of the XML
standard and what it will mean for the future of the internet.