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JavaScript is a really convenient language.   If you have access to a web browser, you can run programs that would otherwise require a C or C++ or FORTRAN compiler.

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Java is not the same as JavaScript

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GML, VML, VRML


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GEOGRAPHIC MARKUP LANGUAGE (GML)

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XML is a generalized form of HTML.   XML came first, then HTML.   See A Brief History of XML.

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