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DTD and XML Schema

 
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Hey guys:
I worked with DTD a bit and then stopped. I need to start it up again but lately I've been thinking that it's probably useless to work with DTD any more because of the way XML Schema is moving on.
I read an earlier thread posted by vasansrini on industry standard DTD and was wondering as why he should work with DTD any more.
Any comments would be appreciated.
Chris
 
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PROPER NAMES ARE NOW REQUIRED!
See http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum10/HTML/000180.html for details.
 
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