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Short Take: Microsoft, DataChannel deliver XML parser in Java

Microsoft and DataChannel have developed an XML parser written in Java. It will be available from both firms by month's end. XML, or extensible markup language, is a metalanguage that lets Web developers specify their own tags. A parser is a piece of software that interprets code and passes it from the document to the application, such as a browser or a non-Web related application.

Microsoft and DataChannel have developed an XML parser written in Java. It will be available from both firms by month's end. XML, or extensible markup language, is a metalanguage that lets Web developers specify their own tags. A parser is a piece of software that interprets code and passes it from the document to the application, such as a browser or a non-Web related application.