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XML noobie dood needs good books

 
dennis zined
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Dang, i miss this place! Its been some time since I've been here..what up all? Well summer is almost over and that also means riding...and its that time again that i'm totally down on reading some cool stuff. Anyways, here's my question. I'm totally clueless about XML (well kinda) and would really need some good books. What do you recommend? Books I'm thinking of are something like break-it-to-me-gently type.
 
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O'Reilly has a "Pocket XML Reference" that is about as simple as possible.
The definitive book for Java programmers is Elliot Rusty Harold's "Processing XML with Java" - over 1000 pages because thats how big the topic has become.
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Wow, I've been really away from this place for so long...Bill Brogden is here too? Hiya Bill! Got one of your books. Thanks for the reply.
 
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