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XML coding standards

 
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Are there any standards available for coding in XML? If so i need it very urgently. I need the standards for XML and not the tutorial for XML.
 
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vinod, what do you mean by "standards"? W3C specification? Standard XML vocabulary for specific industry??? ISO standards for data types? If you tell us more, maybe we could give better answer...
 
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"vinod k",
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I would like to get the ISO standards
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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