What is the importance of XML? What is it used for and how would it help me if I learned it?
Conner Google is your friend
Conner Google is your friend I do hope you have used it to prime yourself as much as possible on the subject, your questions here would or should reflect that in asking far more specific question than the general ones above.
I doubt it's really possible to tell you whether learning XML will help you in particular, however an understanding of what XML is and how it is used is fairly useful.
In brief it's a simple and extensible language that can describe a document structure and it's data, you will often see it used as a method of wrapping feed data, but do go and Google on the subject before asking such a general type of question on a forum such as this.
XML is a standard for
XML is a standard for describing how information is structured. This makes it much easier to move structured information from place to place, or from one program to another. However, what it doesn't do is specify how information should be structured, beyond a few basic precepts.
Legitimate form an XML schema
Legitimate form an XML schema and a conforming XML document describing the content. It is essential that everyone has the same XML document schema, but it is essential if you really want to consume your documents to others.
Two garbage fluff posts in a
Two garbage fluff posts in a row.
I do, I do want to consume my
I do, I do want to consume my documents to others, please expalin me hows