Wireless Markup Language
A programming language that is part of the Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), it is used to create and transfer Internet data to wireless handheld devices. WML is a slimmed-down version of HTML, but more accurately, it is an XML-based markup language designed to optimize Web text for display on narrowband wireless devices, such as pagers and cell phones.
NetLingo Classification: Net Programming
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