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Through the ages, communication and exchange of information has undergone tremendous change. Yet uniformity in exchange of information has remained a great hurdle. With the advent of the digital age, the need for uniformity in transmission and universal utilization of information has become a priority. Such an effort in the digital domain is reflected in the creation of Extensible Markup Language (XML). The primary purpose of XML is sharing of data across different information systems, especially those connected through the Internet. XML enables diverse software to reliably understand information that is formatted and passed through languages based on it.
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