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What language(s) must be used to display a bare-minimum web page?

Answer: HTML - Hyper Text Markup Language. Explanation: Computers communicate with the Internet and users through programming language. These languages can be described as a set of rules or commands that instruct a computing device to perform particular tasks. HTML, JavaScript and Python are all examples of programming languages, and HTML is even taught at schools. HTML is the most fundamental language for creating web pages. It was created by Tim Berners Lee in 1990. This programming language is used on every page of the Internet. Hyper Text, as the name of the language suggests, refers to linking objects to one another. A browser wouldn't be able display structured text and load images without HTML. Below is a simple HTML code.

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