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Los lenguajes de marcado ligero se han consolidado como la lingua franca para la elaboración de documentación técnica en los entornos digitales. Se revisan sus fundamentos e historia, así como los principales lenguajes y los programas utilizados para la generación de documentos.

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Published on 03/03/19
Accepted on 03/03/19
Submitted on 03/03/19

Volume 13, 2019
DOI: 10.3145/thinkepi.2019.e13f03
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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