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While studying the features of XML, I got to know that XML is software and hardware independent. Can anyone explain me why it is meant like that?

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  • I searched it on Google and found some answers, I understood about Software independent but I couldn't understood about the term Hardware independent. That's why asked a question here. Sorry if my question is not fit here. – Sathiya Kumar May 22 '14 at 17:23
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    @SathiyaKumar Hardware independent means it can be handled the same way even in different kinds of computer architectures. For example, XML isn't affected by endianness. – Doval May 22 '14 at 17:26
  • @SathiyaKumar Done. – Doval May 22 '14 at 17:34
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Hardware independent means it can be handled the same way even in different kinds of computer architectures. For example, XML isn't affected by endianness.

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