Eric Bohlman wrote:
> Also bear in mind that in the XML community, "forms" seems to have two different meanings; some
> people use it to talk about data entry screens (as in "HTML forms") whereas others use it to talk
> about legal documents (leases, etc.) that have blanks to fill in and are intended to be printed out,
> often with legal requirements for presentational details like fonts and pagination.
Right, good clarification. And then there are XML-based architectural
forms, which have nothing at all (other than purely incidentally) to do
with any of the other kinds of forms!
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