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I will shortly be joining a project that needs XML knowledge. Please can anyone suggest a good book that can give the most information about XML in a short amount of time.
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Instead of investing money on a book, I suggest you rather checkout dozens of free internet resources. You may want to start from here.

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or you could try Inside XML by Steve Holzner.
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My advice is http://www.w3schools.com/ will be good staring point for XML learner
 
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