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If anybody is interesting in learning some XML (Extensible Markup Language) there is a good beginning tutorial at this site:

http://www.xmlfiles.com/xml/
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thanks i bookmarked it for reference... doesnt XML stand for Extensible Markup Language.. sounds good anyway but im pretty sure thats what it stand for... i have never used or even tinkered with it but im sure its a powerful language
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Yup it stands for that. That is why I had put it in parenthesis after I wrote XML above haha. You must have missed that :lol:
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Gadget Guru wrote:
i have never used or even tinkered with it but im sure its a powerful language


They say it will completely replace HTML one day, but I am not sure about that. Who knows... :puppydogeyes:
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can i just ask what is it actually used for?? and it mite take over html but that wud mean xsl is used a lot on displaying it wont it?
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XML is just another markup language like HTML. It does alot that HTML can do and more. So if you wanted, instead of writing your web site in HTML, you could write it in XML for a browser to read and display the page.

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