State the term a markup language

State the term a markup language?




A markup language is a set of symbols and words for exampling the identity of pieces of a document (for illustration:

  • It is a paragraph,
  • It is a heading,
  • It is a list and
  • It is the caption of this figure).

Programs can utilize it with a stylesheet to create output for print, screen, video, Braille and audio.

Some markup languages (for example: those used within wordprocessors) only describe appearances (it is italics, this is bold), but such method can just be used for display, and is not usually re-usable for anything else.

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