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Hi everyone,
I am interested in XML and would like to be a part of a discussion forum working to improve our skills.
If anyone else is intrested in XML and wants to get going Lets get things moving here.
regds.
Rahul.

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I'm definitely interested but I don't have the foggiest idea where to start.
What XML parsers do you guys recommend?
Frank
 
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hi Frank,
actually i am confused to in this regard. there is parser from ibm, xml for java at http://alphaworks.ibm.com/ then there is Project X from Sun. Then the big giant Microsoft too is there in this area. There are other parsers too. I too feel that after learning the concepts what to use. I think that since i am a java programer i am going on the Sun bandwagon and looking at Project X.
Regds.
Rahul.
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