[XML-SIG] XML-newbie says hello
Wed, 10 Feb 1999 17:58:41 -0500 (EST)
On Wed, 10 Feb 1999, A.M. Kuchling wrote:
> Fred L. Drake writes:
> > parts should be pretty easy to skip over or skim. And it's a decent
> > read: she made the traditional cookbook example sound quite plausible!
> Hmm. I have a collection of recipes that's currently a bunch of
> scraps of paper stuffed in a cookbook, and recently was thinking of
> computerizing them, just so I don't have to worry about losing the
> piece of paper with, say, that great tortellini soup recipe. So
> I really could use a cookbook DTD! Anyone know of such a thing?
> (Doesn't seem to be...)
Many years ago standard SGML courses used the recipe as a learning
exercise. Maybe someone who took one of these courses has their
recipe DTD lieing around (unfortunately I took my first SGML
course while working for DoD - so our exercise was a tech manual |-).
However, a cookbook DTD is a great idea. If you are like me, you
have tons of cookbooks and the ones from church and civic organizations
are my favorites. A lot of organizations write them as fund raiser.
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