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Re: Non-Unicode characters, SDATA, etc.



At 02:50 PM 10/22/96 -0700, Tim Bray wrote:
>So: what applications are going to become severely XML-impaired
>if we lack the nice out-of-band SDATA signaling mechanism?  Concrete 
>examples would be the most valuable input.

95% of the documents that I deal with now have extensive math in them. If
I had the right tables I could tell you more specifically how many of them
contain characters not in Unicode.

I have to admit that I could continue to do the same thing with them as I
do now: run them through TeX (I still find it hard to believe how
dependent I am on that wonderful life saver) and render them as GIF, but
if I'm stuck with that then there's one more thing that I don't get from
XML that it seems HTML will provide for....hmmmmm.

bob


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