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Now if you look at the parse tree formed by the browser, you will note that many of the
mistakes appear to be magically fixed by the browser:
Of course, the number of assumptions that a browser may make to fix arbitrary
syntactical mistakes is likely quite large and different browsers may assume different
“fixes.” For example, given this small fragment of markup
<p> Making malformed HTML <em><strong> really <em><strong> isn't so hard! </p>
leading browsers will form their parse trees a bit differently, as shown in Figure 1-4.
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