Re: How you respond to notes

On Sun, 22 Sep 1996 21:47:23 -0700, Joe English <jenglish@crl.com> wrote:

>"W. Eliot Kimber" <kimber@passage.com> wrote:
>> Small point, but your responses would be much easier to read if you put a
>> line before your responding text. I find it very difficult to distinquish
>> your responses from the quoted text.
>That would just introduce record-ends whose presence
>can be attributed solely to markup and hence should
>be ignored anyway :-)

Actually, it wouldn't. The SGML record handling rules recognize that data could
contain intentionally empty records.

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