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Where Can I get good XML FAQ  RSS feed

 
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I am new to XML. Can anyone tell how to start with XML.
and where I can get good XML FAQ.
I also want to knwo how XML is related to Java, what I heard is XML is vendor independant like HTML.
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here, you will find a map of the xml world, with lot of interesting link:
http://www.chez.com/thm/Idoc2000/FenIdocFR-D.html

enter in xml and then in "essayer l'arbre des connaissances", the knowledge tree will appear, in english of course

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