XML, or Extensible Markup Language, is a standard notation system for storing and moving information between computer systems. Visually, XML looks very similar to HTML, using tags to embed information. Tags in XML are not predefined as they are in HTML, however, so conventions need to be set between two systems to allow them to both create and accept XML data in a functional way. While that may sound complicated, it actually makes XML very flexible. Tags can even be changed on the fly and still allow two systems to communicate effectively.
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