[XML-SIG] Paul Prescod's pulldom

Paul Prescod paul@prescod.net
Mon, 26 Jun 2000 09:52:39 -0700

Rosalie Dieteman wrote:
> I'm very new to XML, so I think I'd be a perfect test case for Paul's idea of
> pulldom being a fast and easy way to teach someone XML.  I volunteer!

I guess you've found it already but if not:


> My application:  Writing a form and filling it with the values from an XML
> file.

I'm not following you here so I can't follow the rest of your message.
Forms are usually user interfaces for people. Why would you write code
to fill a form and then write code to fill it with values from an XML

 Paul Prescod - Not encumbered by corporate consensus
The "war on drugs" began as a rhetorical flourish used by Richard 
Nixon...  But as the Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations 
poured billions of dollars into fighting drugs, the slogan slipped 
the reins of metaphor to become just a plain old war - with an 
army (DEA), an enemy (profiled minorities, the poor, the cities), 
a budget ($17.8 billion), and a shibboleth (the children).
	- "This is your bill of rights...on drugs", Harper's, Dec 1999