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XML Category Domain Names For Sale

Domain Namepricelink
numbersmart.com £14,000.00more...
voiping.mobi£300,000.00 more...
webwalk.mobi£3,000,000.00 more...
xmlscan.com£200,000.00 more...
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XML Category Information

XML Category Domain Information

Are you planning on an XML associated website and in need of an XML suitable domain name?  Look at the list above and make your choice.

Definition of XML:  XML (abbreviation Extensible Mark-up Language) is simplified version of SGML that can be used, esp. on the World Wide Web, to create a tagging scheme that allows elements of a document to be marked according to their content rather than their format.  Thus XML is used to allow  the easy interchange of documents on the World Wide Web.

XML provides a text-based means to describe and apply a tree-based structure to information. At its base level, all information manifests as text, interspersed with markup that indicates the information's separation into a hierarchy of character data, container-like elements, and attributes of those elements.

The fundamental unit in XML is the character, as defined by the Universal Character Set. Characters are combined to form an XML document. The document consists of one or more entities, each of which is typically some portion of the document's characters, stored in a text file.

XML may refer to:

  • It is a simultaneously human and machine-readable format;
  • It supports Unicode, allowing almost any information in any written human language to be communicated;
  • It can represent the most general computer science data structures: records, lists and trees;
  • Its self-documenting format describes structure and field names as well as specific values;
  • The strict syntax and parsing requirements make the necessary parsing algorithms extremely simple, efficient, and consistent.
  • XML is also heavily used as a format for document storage and processing, both online and offline, and offers several benefits:
  • Its robust, logically-verifiable format is based on international standards;
  • The hierarchical structure is suitable for most (but not all) types of documents;
  • It manifests as plain text files, unencumbered by licenses or restrictions;
  • It is platform-independent, thus relatively immune to changes in technology;