GRML is a programming language created in 2003. GRML – an acronym for General Reuse Markup Language – is a markup language similar to HTML and XML, using tags to organize data in files and web pages. Data is organized in columns and rows. Tags are used to define forms, images, and hyper-linking. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the GRML wikipedia page
- GRML first appeared in 2003
- See also: html, xml
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Last updated June 22nd, 2020