Features - XML: Powering the Web into the Twenty-First Century - The exploding popularity of the Internet would not have been possible without the simplicity and graphical ability of HTML, the code behind web pages. HTML has its limitations in terms of data handling and expandability; however, this is where XML, Extensible Markup Language, really shines. The new language promises to continue the ...
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