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If it is "Extensieve mark up language ,then why it is "XML" and why not "EML"?????????????
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by:saksham
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It may sound foolish but then this troubles me a lot, i mean it it is only matter og personal choise then it is ok, but if there is any perticular reason for this, i would like to know.
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by:chabaud
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And why not "ESMULA" (Exten Sive Mark Up Lang Age) ?
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Xtensible Markup Language
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by:falconew
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I think there has a standard. The EML for Email. that's why it's not eml.
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by:slok
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should I suggest that this question be close
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by:foongkim
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saksham, pls don't waste or abuse this forum.
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by:anandjanii
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W3C's technical writer made a spelling mistake... he typed X instead of E and that's y it is XML
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