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What is the difference between XML and XAML?

What is the difference between XML and XAML?

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That's on the web.

For this I took a look at https://www.google.com/search?q=difference+between+XML+and+XAML and found many explanations.

One of your new tools today are search engines for many questions since you can pick the explanation you understand.

-> Be aware that this is not Quora where you score points for asking a new question. Once in a while we get a new member that thinks this is Quora.

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XAML stands for Extensible Application Markup Language XML stands for Extensible Markup Language.
XML is designed to store data or works with stored data.XAML is developed by Microsoft to use behind the visual representation of an application.

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Difference between XML and XAML

XML: It makes use of syntax tags that help to identify the various data types in a file. It is referred to as a meta-language that describes other languages and part of the large markup language family that was created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

XAML: It is a declarative XML-based markup language that is part of the Microsoft suite and it assists in the visual presentation of an application developed in Microsoft Expression Blend.

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