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Oct
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comment Why no client-side HTML include tag?
It could alternatively have been designed as a feature of SGML/XML more generally....
Oct
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comment Why no client-side HTML include tag?
The problem with adding it now would be backward compatibility. Of course, this doesn't explain why it wasn't included in the original design of HTML.
Oct
24
comment Why no client-side HTML include tag?
Your reply is the only one that seems to have hit the nail on the head. Are you thinking of something like #include in C? This is exactly the kind of thing "client-side include" means to me - a facility for including arbitrary HTML snippets (rather than entire HTML documents) within an HTML document as integral document content. Though it could be designed as an integral feature of HTML rather than as a pre-parsing stage - the asker's suggested <include src="..."> syntax would fit right in with this.
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Jul
25
comment What is the advantage of little endian format?
They aren't - bit 0 is by convention the least significant, and bit 7 the most significant. Moreover, you can't generally put an order on bits within a byte, since bits aren't individually addressable. Of course, they might have a physical order in a given communication protocol or storage media, but unless you're working at the low-level protocol or hardware level, you don't need to concern yourself with this order.
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