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On Friday 13 February 2004 07:53 pm, Bradd W. Szonye wrote: > That's why I recommended XML as an example to follow. It's probably the > closest thing to a universally-accepted, multiple-encoding-friendly > format there is, and it even uses a syntax vaguely similar to Scheme! I still fail to see how people find <foo> ... <\foo> easier to read than (foo ...). The big parens seem much too ugly! 8^) ;^) 8^) Cheers, -KenD