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Converting Different File Formats for Easier Word Analysis

Nothing is more enjoyable for a project manager than when we receive a word document (or other plain text document) to quote and work with. With many programs to determine the word count of said document, the quotation process becomes faster, more precise, and much easier when it is in this type of file format. […]

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Power and flexibility in XML

XML has become a widely accepted standard for structuring and exchanging data. It combines power and flexibility, two qualities that usually compete with each other, but in XML have achieved a well-balanced equilibrium. The format itself is deceptively simple: well nested tags with no pre-defined meaning and with optional attributes, which themselves can have any […]

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What Is DITA and What Does It Do

DITA, which stands for Darwin Information Typing Architecture, is an XML specification designed to develop, produce and distribute technical information. IBM designed it in 1999, but in 2004 it took over OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) and since then it has been responsible for its management and the development of a […]

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