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What is XML?

XML is short for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is a specification developed by W3C starting with the recommendation on February 10, 1998. XML is similar to HTML, XML uses tags to markup a document, allowing the browser to interpret the tags and display them on a page. Unlike HTML, XML language is unlimited (extensible) which allows self-defining tags and can describe the content instead of only displaying a page’s content. Using XML other languages such as RSS and MathML have been created, even tools like XSLT were created using XML.


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