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Greetings,
I am very new to XML and I was wondering if someone could refer a great XML book to me so i can get started learning.
Thanks in advance for your time,
Ryan
 
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Hi Ryan,
I'm teaching a course on XML and I find Beginning XML 2e is an excellent book for those new to XML. The explanations are clear and easy to follow.
It covers a lot of stuff!!
HTH,
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I also like the XML Pocket Reference published by O'Reilly. It is nice and compact but still a good starting book.
Bill
 
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Look in the Bunkhouse! Try under "other" for general XML books and under "Java Misc" for Java and XML combined books.
 
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Thank you all for your help and guidance.
Regards,
Ryan
 
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