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From "David H. Young" <david.yo...@lutris.com>
Subject Re: Best book to learn XML
Date Mon, 23 Jul 2001 15:50:06 GMT
I highly recommend O'Reilly's "Learning XML"  book by
Erik Ray.  It's incredibly well-written.  I'm using it as background
material for a book on writing on XMLC.

Also... it amazes me how few people actually read the w3c
documents.... HTML, XML, DOM... they are very well
structured documents, hyperlinks and all, and an excellent
source of historical info as well.

David

Brian Tegtmeier wrote:

> Hello, I am intersted in learning the XML language (I know PHP and SQL already) and was
wondering if any of you had any suggestions on a good book I could buy that will help me learn
XML easily, has clear examples and scripts, and one that you guys swear by.
>
> Any suggestions would be very helpful. Thanks! :)
>
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