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There is any tool that I can enter params and get XML doc

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There is any tool that I can enter parameters as a simple text and get XML document containing the parameters

(I don't know XML very well, I just need my parameters organized as XML file)
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<PAGE>
 <CONTENT> THIS is XML file </CONTENT>
</PAGE>

This is how simple is XML, just define your tags and thatis it.
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