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In this paper, we consider ANSI C program slicing using XML (Extensible Markup Language). Our goal is to build a flexible, useful and uniform data interchange format for CASE tools, which is a key issue to make it much easier to develop CASE tools such as program slicers. Although XML has a great potential for such data interchange formats, we first point out that there are still a lot of challenging problems to be solved. Then, as a first step to our goal, we introduce ACML (ANSI C Markupdoi:10.1016/s1571-0661(04)80425-0 fatcat:7nnul2tbhfdavgq5hlc2hi4kra