LinuxJournal.com: XSLT Powers a New Wave of Web ApplicationsFeb 14, 2002, 23:21 (3 Talkback[s])
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"The first XSLT essential is its Extensible Markup Language (XML) base (also see the ``Glossary of XSLT Terms'' Sidebar). XML is the universal data format designed to encode everything: algorithmic data, programs and documents from purchase orders to biblical translations, in any human language, on any kind of computer and operating system. XML looks like HTML except it's a bit more complicated. In fact, one of XML's design goals is to generalize HTML in a way that preserves the comfort of HTML adepts. There's even a flavor of XML called XHTML that permits direct interpretation as HTML. Linux Journal frequently publishes articles on different aspects of XML.
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