[XML-SIG] XML-newbie says hello

Christian Tismer tismer@appliedbiometrics.com
Sun, 14 Feb 1999 17:56:37 +0100

Just van Rossum wrote:
> (Thanks for all your replies!)
> >See http://www.schema.net/. Right on the front page, there is a list of
> >three books that should be appropriate.
> Cool. "Developing SGML DTDs : From Text to Model to Markup" seems to be one
> of the standard works. Should I be afraid that it is about SGML rather than
> XML? I only know XML is a subset of SGML, but I have no idea what to look
> out for in the sense of XML vs. SGML pitfalls. Maybe Paul's suggestion
> "Structuring XML Documents" is more suited for me?

To be sure what is SGML but not XML, I personally found this
document from James Clark extremely helpful:
"Comparison of SGML and XML"

ciao - chris

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