the putting of a legislative bill into final form.
detailed instructions, usually written on a manuscript to be typeset, concerning style of type, makeup of pages, and the like.
Digital Technology. detailed instructions indicating the format, style, or structure for an electronic document or Web page.
See also .
verb (used with object)
to mark up (a document or Web page).
also mark up, mark-up, “amount added by a retailer to cover overhead and provide profit,” 1899; see mark (v.).
In computerised document preparation, a method of adding information to the text indicating the logical components of a document, or instructions for layout of the text on the page or other information which can be interpreted by some automatic system.
For example, the source of this dictionary is marked up by enclosing cross-references in curly braces which are significant to the World-Wide Web server software.
[mahrk] /mɑrk/ noun 1. a visible impression or trace on something, as a line, cut, dent, stain, or bruise: a small mark on his arm. 2. a badge, brand, or other visible sign assumed or imposed: a mark of his noble rank. 3. a symbol used in writing or printing: a punctuation mark. 4. a […]
noun, Digital Technology. 1. a set of standards, as HTML or SGML, used to create an appropriate markup scheme for an electronic document, as to indicate its structure or format. markup language (märk’ŭp’) A coding system, such as HTML and SGML, used to structure, index, and link computer files.
[mahrl] /mɑrl/ noun 1. Geology. a friable earthy deposit consisting of clay and calcium carbonate, used especially as a fertilizer for soils deficient in lime. 2. Archaic. . verb (used with object) 3. to fertilize with marl. [mahrl] /mɑrl/ verb (used with object), Nautical. 1. to wind (a rope) with marline, every turn being secured […]
language A simple-minded interpreter by Brent Benson at Harris for a programming language strongly resembling Dylan. Marlais version 0.2a is a “hackers release” for education, experimentation, porting, extension, and bug fixing. It has been ported to Sun-3, Sun-4, VAX/BSD, OS/2, Linux, Sequent Symmetry, Encore, HP-UX, Ultrix, SGI, Sony News, and A/UX. (ftp://travis.csd.harris.com/pub/marlais-0.2a.tar.gz). (1993-09-23)