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XML: What's it all about?

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XML was originally designed to:

Enable mainframe computers to communicate.

Transfer data between relational databases.

Provide compact graphics for use on the World Wide Web.

Transfer data over the World Wide Web.

The basic building blocks of XML systems are:

DLLs, COM objects, and XML transforms.

XML data files, XML schemas, and XML transforms.

Relational databases, XML schemas, and spreadsheets.

Shipping orders, purchase data, and XML data files.

XML is mainly a tool for business numbers.



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