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>for 2 1/2D graphics,
>Adobe and IBM have demonstrated good
>implemenations of PGML in browsers, and Microsoft have implemented
>VML. I would guess these become commodities pretty soon, since its
>clearly technically possible.

I should point out that it is not only a question of all these ML
variations, but via plugins one can integrate code from various computer
languages: Java is well known, but Haskell is also possible, and so on. And
Maple and MatLab are build up around a kernels which probably can be used
for such plugins:

We are then no longer speaking of documents in the traditional sense with a
fixed graphical output, but the graphical output may depend on what the
reader wants to view.

  Hans Aberg
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