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Stairway to XML: Level 3 - Working with Typed XML


Stairway to XML: Level 3 - Working with Typed XML

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I think Table 1 is missing on the webpage.
Otherwise a very intresting introduction. Thank you.
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David Cuthill (10/1/2012)
Articles such as this really do need to be written with perfect punctuation. If not, credibility is zeroed.
The author is made to appear ignorant of their own ignorance, pretentious in attempting to appear more educated than is true. Simultaneously, the author insults the reader, who is obliged to make allowances for the author's poor quality.

For proofreading help, please contact david.cuthill@asperto.net.
In case of doubt, leave out all apostrophes entirely, especially "it's" (where the apostrophe is always used to show contractions ("it is"/ "it has") and never used to try to show possessive). It is better to omit an apostrophe than to go to extra trouble to insert an incorrect apostrophe.
Really? "You have no credibility ,are ignorant because you used an apostrophe incorrectly in a technical article, are pretentious and insulting, contact me for help"? Does that sales pitch actually work for you?

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@David Cuthill,
Punctuation is not everything, as your post illustrates perfectly. Bob Shelton is a good, well-respected author with many publications to his credit, and this is an excellent article.


Best wishes,

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David Cuthill (10/1/2012)
@jscrawf2 Please do not use quotemarks if you are not quoting verbatim.

In answer to your question: yes. Are you asking for help? If so, please contact me with your requirements.
you're fired. Can't even spell my screen name correctly. Hehe

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Will this series shows us how to use all the options of the "for xml" clause? Which level will that be?
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Forced to post my first reply.

Surely David Cuthill is a wind up! Nobody could be that crass!!
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