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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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The exploit for this vulnerability is an RTF document containing a DOCX document that exploits IiVE-2017-11826 in the Office Open XML parser. Finally, just a couple of days ago, information on Internet Explorer zero day CVE-2018-8174 was published.
The XML tree is constructed using XML parser which is extracted for the user defined values of support and confidence.
This implies much easier futher processing using XSLT or another XML parser. In conclusion, SPARQL can be used in "XML only" contexts; no RDF parsing is needed.
The system is relatively lightweight and has only a few components: a web server (Apache HTTPD); an XML database (eXist-db) and a Web browser interface (Orbeon Forms), both of which run using Apache Tomcat 6; an XML parser (Xerces2-j); and an XSLT processor (Xalan-j).
Later in 2002, Oren [5] proposes Piccolo XML parser presenting a comparative study between parsers, which implements SAX (Simple API for XML Processing) (5) interfaces.
We can provide full content RSS feed to publishers, all you have to do is plug-in the RSS feed in your XML parser and you are ready to go.
A standard XML parser is used to parse the XML libraries.
The advantages of the ontology evaluation using the proposed metrics of the 7DO model are as follows: 1) Computation is easy and straightforward, only XML parser is required.
To show the enhancements offered by the XML files, it is important to know that the XML file can be validated at loading, using an XML validation schema and the functions offered by the class libraries that also include the XML parser. The XML file can be validated once again when it is written on the disc, in order to check if the file will be correctly written.
In addition, the suite uses the expat XML parser for reading in XML representations of FSAs and standard GNU libraries for input/output.
Since we were passing large amounts of data between subsystems using XML, it was paramount that we had an efficient XML parser. Under light data loads the original parsing algorithm we were using performed fine.
AU I cared about was the the business logic interacted correctly with the XML Parser and the database layer--ie, that it made the right calls with the right parameters at the right time.