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Posted 22 July 2012 - 09:21 AM
An XML file is just a hierarchical listing of data. The specific meaning of things in the hierarchy is up to whatever program generates and reads the XML file. For instance, XHTML is an XML file, but has visual meaning because of HTML rules, not XML rules. (HTML is the "style information" for an XML file used on the general internet)
If you want to extract meaning from the XML file, you would have to know the specific schema the program used that created it.
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