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I am looking out for some really good stuff , on Best practises for XML processing . I require advanced , in detail material so that i can better help the developer's.., If you want to mail me please senmd the documents to : "email@example.com"
Anyway, this sounds like it might better fit into our XML forum, so I'm moving it there...
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There have been many discussions here about the "best practices for XML processing" - just look around the previous posts. You will notice a HUGE variety of XML processing problems, all the way from small documents used for configuration to processing huge XML files. The "best practice" depends on the problem, so state your typical problem. A good place to start is the W3C standards for XML. Bill [ June 21, 2005: Message edited by: William Brogden ]
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