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"Scheme" is an Enligh word, whereas "Schema" is more of a name.W3C Schema was originally suggested by Microsoft. Does Microsoft actually have another method? Even if it does, W3C Schema remains better.Why are you asking theese questions in this topic anyway?

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Further "Scheme" is a LISP-like language which is worlds apart from what an XML Schema is.There is no Microsoft vs. W3C variations. Microsoft has a validating XML parser called MSXML that is compliant to the W3C standards regarding XML and Schema. I don't know what other XML related stuff it can do, since I don't use it.When working with XML Schema's, care should be taken as to what is parsing your data, some XML parsers do not validate, so none of this Schema stuff will do you any good in those cases.

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