what XML stands for?

India
November 21, 2006 4:51am CST
do u know?
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9 responses
@Keruma (36)
• Sri Lanka
21 Nov 06
XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language. W3C's XML Processing Model Working Group has released an updated Working Draft for the "XProc: An XML Pipeline Language: specification. Used to control and organize the flow of documents, the XProc language standardizes interactions, inputs and outputs for transformations for the large group of specifications such as XSLT, XML Schema, XInclude and Canonical XML that operate on and produce XML documents. A pipeline consists of components. Like pipelines, components take zero or more XML documents as their input and produce zero or more XML documents as their output. The inputs to a component come from the web, from the pipeline document, from the inputs to the pipeline itself, or from the outputs of other components in the pipeline. The outputs from a component are consumed by other components, are outputs of the pipeline as a whole, or are discarded. Major changes in this version, according to Norm Walsh: (1) The semantics have been rewritten so that they're declarative but without reference to a rather amorphous 'flow graph'; (2) The 'declare-' forms of the input, output, and parameter elements are gone. Depending on the context, those statements are declaring, binding, or declaring-and- binding. (3) The source attribute no longer has two parts, thus, no microparsing.
• India
21 Nov 06
woooo.is this the family background of XML
@findcutegj (1466)
• India
21 Nov 06
XML stands for Xtended Markup Language.
• India
21 Nov 06
good thanx for ur response
@yugi_sen (1742)
• India
21 Nov 06
Xtensive Markup Language i guesss.
• India
21 Nov 06
it is xtended not xtensive.but good guess. thanx
@naman95 (1555)
• India
21 Nov 06
XML stands for Xtra Marital Love
• India
21 Nov 06
well wat i can say dear
@Sorathian (4331)
• Pakistan
21 Nov 06
I Don't Know
@komalprj (135)
• India
21 Nov 06
i dont know
@devilangelo (4528)
• India
21 Nov 06
nope i dont know .
@Phlamingho (7834)
• Denmark
21 Nov 06
That's correct XML = Xtensive Markup Language. Like HTML is HyperText Markup Language. :-)
@Undefeated (4793)
• Singapore
21 Nov 06
I got no idea.