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    Which one is correct?

    If you have opening tag, you also have closing tag in both XML & HTML, but with the exception there is a single tag such as <br> in HTML which means line break.

    or

    If you have opening tag, you also have closing tag in both XML & HTML, but there is an exception that there is a single tag such as <br> in HTML which means line break.

    Which one is more natural and both are correct vocaburary?

    thanks.

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    Re: Which one is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by daron4ever View Post
    If you have an opening tag, you also have a closing tag in both XML & HTML, but with the exception there is a single tag such as <br> in HTML which means line break.
    The part after the comma is unnatural.

    or

    If you have an opening tag, you also have a closing tag in both XML & HTML, but there is an exception that there is a single tag such as <br> in HTML which means line break.
    This one is better than the first but I have another suggestion below.

    Which one is more natural and is the vocabulary correct in both? are correct vocaburary?

    Thanks.
    See my notes above in red. I would write it like this:

    In both XML and HTML, if you have an opening tag, you also have a closing tag. The exception is the single tag <br> in HTML, which means "line break".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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