Extensible Markup Language (XML) Glossary Term
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Extensible Markup Language (XML)
An open standard markup language used for Internet applications that is basically a metalanguage used for describing other languages. While HTML language is limited in its ability to tag and define content within the file, XML is extensible and therefore is not limited in the number of tags that can be applied to descibe the content and how it is to be transferred, displayed or utilized. This enables data and many of the processes using the data to be automated to a higher level of functionality for real-time data exchange between organizations.

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