YAML specifications

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    YAML is a data format meant to easily map data types common to most high-level languages, like lists, associative arrays, and scalars.

    You can find the latest YAML specifications in the YAML official website. Some examples and descriptions of the YAML components can be found in the YAML wikipedia page.