WML

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WML

Wireless Markup Language
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WML

(Wireless Markup Language) A tag-based language used in the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). WML is an XML document type allowing standard XML and HTML tools to be used to develop WML applications. It evolved from Openwave's HDML, but WML is not a superset of HDML. Certain HDML features are not found in WML. See WAP.
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