Re: XQuery (and XML) vs LISP

From: Marshall Spight <>
Date: 21 Feb 2006 09:27:18 -0800
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Mark Johnson wrote:


> But isn't that an admission of what you seemed to want to deny, that
> texts typically include rather trivial and meaningless examples, for
> whatever reasons? You seem to suggest that useful insight and examples
> must necessary cost much more to purchase? Or are you simply
> complaining of the present costs now associated with short run
> professional texts, which have suffered an inflationary run of perhaps
> an order of magnitude in the last quarter century or more?

This has reached the point of being completely off-topic for this newsgroup. I don't know of a good newsgroup for this sort of discussion, but if you wish to continue this line of conversation, I would ask you to take it somewhere else where it will be on-topic.

Marshall Received on Tue Feb 21 2006 - 18:27:18 CET

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