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As david mentioned " XML presents data in a meaningful way" what does it mean?
 
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I would replace meanigful by 'tree-ordered' way.
You need some program to show it meaningful IMHO.
 
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Have a glance at this
 
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What is IMHO ?
 
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Hi Vishakha,
IMHO .. In My Humble Opinion ... of course, we usually aren't humble about anything
Hope that helps.
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Hi,
"XML presents data in a meaningful way", This means , in HTML u have the tags from which u can find out much meaning in it.
Suppose u have three lines of address line in a paragraph tag. U cant differentiate which is city and which is pincode etc. But in XML , since u can define separate tag for pincode and city, it is meaningfull just by seeing the tag itself.
Hope this gives u an idea.
Arun
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