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forward compatibility
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jargon The ability to accept input from later versions of
Forward compatibility is harder to achieve than backwardcompatibility, since, in the backward case, the input format
is know whereas a forward compatible system needs to cope
gracefully with unknown future features. An example of future
compatibility is the stipulation that a web browser should
ignore HTML tags it does not recognise.