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YML - Why a Markup Language?!

Any time a formal language is created for computing, a compromise has to be found: whether the language is perfect for the computer but terrible for the human or vice versa. XML is very good for the computer ;-)

Using XML for the reasons mentioned above, but for programming? "Why a Markup Language?!" was what I was shouting some time playing around with a code generator in XSLT. That gave the idea.

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development parser processor programming python tools web xml xpath xsl xslt

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Python
68%
Vim Script
16%
shell script
8%
2 Other
8%

30 Day Summary

Jun 19 2016 — Jul 19 2016

12 Month Summary

Jul 19 2015 — Jul 19 2016

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