standard generalized mark-up language

standard generalized mark-up language

n
(Computer Science) See SGML
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(In actuality, the common language may be the simple but relatively weak HTML, the powerful but complex standard generalized mark-up language [SGML], extensible mark-up language [XML], or some combination of all three.) Alternatively, the browser may use abbreviated versions of native applications (e.g., "plug-ins" or Java applets) that allow users to access information in its original format (Benett 1998).
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