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XML

 (ĕks′ĕm-ĕl′)
n.
An international standard metalanguage for creating markup languages that structure digital information in a way that allows for the exchange, display, and storage of data independent of proprietary operating systems and hardware devices.

[Ex(tensible) M(arkup) L(anguage).]

XML

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) extensible markup language: a computer language used in text formatting

XML

eXtensible Markup Language: a simplified version of SGML that can be used, esp. on the Web, to create a tagging scheme that allows elements of a document to be marked according to their content rather than their format.
[1995–2000]
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Charities and nonprofit organizations also have XBRL requirements in some countries, including the United Kingdom for taxation.
XBRL has a lot going for it, as long as people realiseits limitations and don't use it as a fig leaf.
This study will quantitatively examine the impact of XBRL in financial reporting and attempt to answer the question whether this new Phenomenon is truly a promise that is here to stay or just another financial passe.
With so many smaller reporting companies yet to make a decision about how they will meet the US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) looming deadline of August 15 for filing the second-quarter 10-Q, the raas-XBRL Buyer's Guide serves as an indispensable aid to help them navigate their way through the XBRL vendor market.
XBRL Consistency Suite was developed by XBRL US Labs, the research and development arm of XBRL US.
The xfy XBRL Solution allows organizations to create, handle and manage financial information in XBRL 2.
It is a machine-readable format, and companies are required to provide XBRL structured data as an exhibit to filings.
When the SEC first required companies to submit XBRL exhibits with their periodic financial reports, filers generally relied on outside expertise from service providers to prepare XBRL documents.
XBRL, used to present and define information in a company's SEC filings, provides an identifying tag for each individual item in the financial statements.
The complexity and sheer number of XBRL tags made the process laborious and resulted in a plethora of errors in early XBRL filings.
Let's take a look at contributions made by IMA[R] members and the role of IMA's XBRL Standing Advisory Committee in the development of the reporting language.