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SOFTWARE
 
Exhibit 3
 
Example of how XML, the basic extensible markup language, tags information for a book publisher. Data on the left are the tags for such information as the order number, the name of the person buying the book, the price and the author. Data on the right are the same data but represented in database fields.

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