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There is more than one usage of the word markup.

For generic discussions of markup in various contexts, see:

  • Markup language, a type of artificial language (and specifically a computer language) that is used to annotate a document's content to give instructions regarding the structure of text or how it is to be displayed
  • Markup (business), a term for the increase in the price of goods to create a profit margin for a business
  • Markup (legislation), a legislative session held to amend bills
  • MarkUp, a magazine based on Game Maker by Mark Overmars

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