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how to start of learning xml

 
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iam familier with java and also had my share into ejb concept.
but i didn't start into xml yet. can anybody please specify
the better way to start learning it. and this xml book give away
concept sounds great. i think iam going to have one. thank you
 
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If you are willing to fork over $40, I suggest "Java and XML" by O'Reilly. I have suggested this in some other threads, but I swear I am not getting a kick-back from them. The book just helped me.
If you want to start out with a free web tutorial, try the one at IBM's site: http://www-4.ibm.com/software/developer/education/xmljava/
You have to register, but it's free. Both the book and the tutorial are written for Java programmers.
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