Q2. Explain the use of <PRE> tag with the help of an example.
Ans. The <PRE> tag in HTML defines the preformatted text. This implies that this tag helps you not display text in the Web browser in a fixed-width font but also display the text in the same way as you have typed in it the code. The <PRE> tag displays the text in the Web browser with all blank lines and tabs.
The <PRE> tag is useful for displaying code in a Web page. The default text font that the PRE tag uses is the Courier font. You should use the <PRE> tag to maintain a text format, which includes line breaks and tabs.
Example of using the <PRE> tag:
<TITLE> WELCOME TO HTML</TITLE>
<PRE> This text is inside the PRE tag and therefore
is displayed in a fixed-width
font, and it preserves
both spaces and
</PRE> This text
is not inside the PRE tag
and therefore will be displayed
in a single line.