eXtensible Markup Language (XML)
XML is the abbreviation for Extensible Markup Language. It is mainly used as a format for data exchange and for structured storage of information. Developed to replace HTML, XML is a hierarchical markup language. This means that language is used to structure individual data and describe their properties. The World Wide Web Consortium published markup language for the first time in 1998. It is a textual data format, which makes it easy to open with a text editor.
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In data processing, there are different types of files formats to store your data sets. Each format has its own pros and cons depending upon the use cases and exists to serve one or several purposes…
By Aida NGOM
Jul 23, 2020