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Re: Two examples of semi structured data.

From: Laconic2 <laconic2_at_comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 18:30:29 -0400
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"Gene Wirchenko" <genew_at_mail.ocis.net> wrote in message news:sp7ci059epv2kr32farkges4k37hk3v6lk_at_4ax.com...

> They are structured. They are not as structured as you would
> like.

That's not clear to me at all. I'm not sure more structure is really what I want.

What I would like is more control over the PC. In the two recent cases they weren't my PC, but ones belonging to my relatives.

And in both cases, Norton couldn't get rid of the virus automatically, but there was a manual procedure that involved using regedit. In the course of applying the fixes, I couldn't help but learn a little more than I wanted to about the registry. In the course of that, it struck me that registry entries are semi structured.

The cases involving cookies are from some months ago, and I forget the details.

Anyway, it started a good discussion. Received on Mon Aug 23 2004 - 17:30:29 CDT

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