At 9:17 AM -0700 5/25/2001, Peter Shea (USF) wrote:
>I am trying to keep up with the advance in mark-up languages. One point I
>need clarification on: how does SGML and DHML differ?
SGML is a "meta-language", a language for designing markup languages such
as HTML. XML is a subset of SGML designed to be easier to use.
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