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-A language for marking up information, usually used for interchange between programs and for
+A language for marking up information, usually used for interchange between programs and for .
A MarkupLanguage differs from a ProgrammingLanguage in that it is not TuringComplete. A ProgrammingLanguage can be expressed in a MarkupLanguage (as [XSLT] is expressed in [XML]).
Unlike an [Encoding] ([ASCII], [unicode(7)], etc) a MarkupLanguage defines [Semantics].
[RTF], [SGML], [XML] are [
s, while [C], [Java], and [
+[RTF], [SGML], [XML] are MarkupLanguage s, while [C], [Java], and PostScript are ProgrammingLanguage s.