My family is building trust (<>.<>)

Hint 2: Trust is related to adjective, but i suggest trying the others first and then the adjective.

I have three meaningful children :3

Hint 1. They all have different age. Hint 1.5 They could, however, has the same size, face, etc (identical)

Parents (mom/dad) always stay beside each children <3

However, I often change my children if I don't like them! :(

I also often change my children with better ones :D

These are common response to my children:

  • We know it's gonna break :D
  • We thought it wouldn't break :D
  • Wow! Who knew that would break. :(

What is the name of our family ( Mom & Dad & Children )

Hint 3: Its not that complex.. its barely programming specific. even a gamer, for example Minecraft player, probably familiar with 'my family', yet they might not figure out the puzzle. The point is you do see 'my family' in daily basis.

Hint 4: My family is the digital / modern successor of a family that usually appear in dictionary cover. However, the older family is not helpful, instead they try to appear trendy. (Who the hell use that 7 cm thick dictionary nowadays..)


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I can't comment and i am unaware on if guessing is acceptable but i want to try, if this is wrong or bad practice i will remove answer.

You are a

Tag, there are certain techniques with Parent Child elements in HTML. Always start and end with <>.<>. Can use line breaks.

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    $\begingroup$ Guessing is welcomed here! But typically for puzzles like this we'd encourage you to give a line-by-line explanation for how your answer fits with the clues. $\endgroup$ Jul 13, 2016 at 16:02
  • $\begingroup$ @MarkPeters Noted, i suppose reading back at my answer it was a bit of a long shot. Nevertheless, I will keep it and hope that others may be inspired $\endgroup$
    – Nonagon
    Jul 13, 2016 at 16:05
  • $\begingroup$ No i have 3 children and mom OR OR AND (or we could say parents instead of and or grammar issue) dad beside each children.. there is one dad and one mommy.. $\endgroup$ Jul 13, 2016 at 16:23

Is the name of your family be...

The programming language PHP? Seems to me that at least it is a programming language of some sort. The parents seems to be the opening or closing tags the children are either functions or variables.


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