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Why Use Markup?

In application languages, data and scripts are treated equally in the file as long as they are well-formed nodes. This simplifies the middleware. The client is a consumer of well-formed nodes validatible by standard means where necessary. Lexical unification enables shared resources that simplify the framework. This simplification enables contract-based systems for frameworks to interoperate. The key to business on the Web was (and still is) the dependable interoperation of the Web framework of application languages. To define these, XML provides well-respected concepts from the parent language, Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), known as Document Type Definitions (DTDs). To increase the flexibility and range of applicability, XML also introduces XML schemas and namespaces.

" SGML was made to protect information from people like us…. "

Dr. Charles Goldfarb, addressing a group of professional systems developers


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