The XMP element displays text inside this element as it is in the file, so all
white space and line breaks are shown. Also characters that are normally
interpreted as special HTML characters like > and < are displayed.
Note: This element is no longer supported by the current HTML standard (4.0).
You should use the PRE element instead.
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This example uses <XMP>XMP for its text</XMP>.
This example uses XMP for its text.