American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A metalanguage written in SGML that allows one to design a markup language, used to allow for the easy interchange of documents on the World Wide Web.
- n. computing Initialism of Extensible Markup Language. It is a flexible text format for creating structured computer documents in machine-readable form.
- Ex(tensible) M(arkup) L(anguage). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Listing 7.13 is prices. xml, the price list in XML.”
“Xml. Linq namespace contains the classes that will emit the various XML elements, and LINQ to XML will iterate over the source data.”
“The first line is a generic xml header. is for XML files which is wierd 'cause all the files are. html”
“The invocation is simply gtk gtk. xml, where the XML can also be made available through redirection.”
“- xml indents the response message as XML, and the argument - wrap”
“Anonsters says: anon: insisting and lobbying that ALL court opinions and ALL statutes and rules be marked up in XML and freely distributed.”
“The dialplan is in XML, so it is easy to generate from a database with standard web tools.”
“After reading all of the comments about OpenOffice (OO) I want to chime in and say I use OO all the time, I had strange problems with AbiWord, and no way I'm supporting the crazy direction MS Office XML is careening away on, they refuse to make a browser that is standards compliant, and their XML behavior is even worse.”
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