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How to start learning XML, XSL, DOM and SAX?

 
vishal goyal
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Hi,
Am starting my learning process in XML, XSL, DOM and SAX parsers.
Please pass on to me information regarding books and websites through which I can learn the same.
Thanks.
 
Mark Spritzler
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I learned XSL in 30 minutes by going to www.w3schools.com they had a tutorial that went over the basics. Very cool.
They have other tutorial son the other parts of it that I think are probably just as easy to understand
Mark
 
timothy zimmerman
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For books I have found two that I have worked with the first XML Bible by Eliotte Rusty Harold is a pretty good reference. The second was Java and Xml by Brett McLaughlin. This book is programming oriented and I thought was a good start to writing code to parse/manipulate/output XML. It covers both DOM and SAX.
As far as websites .... there a re a lot of them out there. I started at apache.org though (xml.apache.org) there you can download xerces/xalan and each comes with examples and samples to look through.
 
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