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by Doc Pain on Fri 8th Feb 2008 17:01 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: YIKES!"
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HTML is not a language, so it's not about being "good", it's about actually being "compatible".

As it has been pointd out before, the L in HTML stands for Language. So it is one. But HTML is not a programming language. HTML's quality is about compatibility and standard complicance.

In Germany, there are "wannabe professionals" who insist on that they're "programming Internet Sites in HTML" (go count the errors in this statement). :-)

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