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] is an instance
of [SGML], a language for specifying markup languages
+[ ] is an of [SGML ], .
After noticing that features of
] had never been implemented
and that there were useful features lcking, people invented called
the [HTML] represented in
[XML] rather than [SGML]. Many
[HTML] files are not WellFormed
[XHTML], but can usually be converted relatively simply to
]. Those that
can 't usually have [UndefinedSemantics] anyway
+[ ] and [XML] . [ ] the [XML] [HTML] [XHTML] , [ ] . can .