Re: RS/RE: basic questions

At 07:51 AM 9/24/96 -0500, Len Bullard wrote:
>Robert Streich wrote:
>> I have a slightly different idea of what the "true" data is in a document
>> as compared to Charles. I think the "true" data is anything outside the
>> pointy brackets. 7.6.1 essentially tells typists that they don't
>> have to worry about the trailing newline after some types of markup. I
>> think it's easier to tell them that everything after the MDC is data
>Huh?  Is that an overstatement?  For example, prompt strings in 
>attribute values while not my idea of a good practice are a common
>one.  They are displayable text and are inside the brackets.

I should have put that better, Len. I was only referring to the data


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