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What are the different versions of XML and its purpose

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I have Created a XML using 'DataSet.WriteXml()'  Method , When I Open the XML  on Top It Shows
<?xml version="1.0" >

So my question is  what is the signifance of this version number if their are different versions
of XML , and  How  to generate different versions XML.
Is There any link I can get difference
between these versions .

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