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Pronunciation of Xalan and Xerces

 
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Hi, there,
Can somebody please tell me how to pronounce Apache "Xalan" XSLT processor and "Xerces" XML parser properly?
Thanks!

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You could get away with pronouncing them as:
"Zahlan" (Xalan)
"Zerksees" (Xerces)
and I'm sure most people "in the know" will understand what you're saying.
 
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Originally posted by James Swan:
You could get away with pronouncing them as:
"Zahlan" (Xalan)
"Zerksees" (Xerces)
and I'm sure most people "in the know" will understand what you're saying.


Thanks a lot, James.
Dennis
 
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it is zay-lan and zer-seas
 
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