XML – Extensible Markup Language. Sivakumar Kuttuva & Janus z Zalewski. What is XML?. Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a universal standard for electronic data exchange
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& Janusz Zalewski
Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a universal standard for electronic data exchange
Provides a method of creating and using tags to identify the structure and contents of a document ignoring the formatting
<?xml version="1.0"?><Course> //Root Tag <Name>Java Programming</Name> //Element Course Name <Department>EECS</Department> //Element Dept
<Teacher> <Name>Paul</Name> </Teacher> <Student> <Name>Ron</Name> </Student> <Student> <Name>Uma</Name> </Student> <Student> <Name>Lindsay</Name> </Student></Course>
<Department>EECS</Department> <Teacher> <Name>Paul Thompson</Name> </Teacher>Here Name,Department are Metadata
Document must be well-formed and
adhere to a DTD (Document Type Definition).
– This is why XML appears to be the route to
(Document Object Model)