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XML is for identification, transmission, and storage.
It overcomes the inflexibility of HTML and the complexity of SGML.
It is a robust, durable, manipulable, and free format for information identification, storage and transfer.
Parsers keep it all. It is up to the application to decide what to do with it.
XML is a project of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and the development of the specification is supervised by an XML Working Group. A Special Interest Group of co-opted contributors and experts from various fields contributed comments and reviews by email. XML is a public format: it is not a proprietary development of any company, although the membership of the WG and the SIG represented companies as well as research and academic institutions. The v1.0 specification was accepted by the W3C as a Recommendation on Feb 10, 1998.
A specification of document structure. You can write one or download them.
Yes, but they are not called tags. They are element types.
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