Markup languages organize data into machine-readable portions and describe how it should be presented. They often come into contact with programming languages when they need to be parsed or when a language such as JavaScript is embedded within them. Languages that are primarily used for creating Web applications often use a markup-like syntax as it is best suited to the desktop publishing metaphor for Web pages.

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