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Hi
I have developed a system with servlet-applet and HTML. I know nothing about XML. I don't know where to start.Also will it be useful in my job hunting.Can anyone pass me information about books and online souces for XML
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Raji
 
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first, welcome to the ranch.
its nice that you want to get started on XML.
While I can't predict your job prospects, but
I can say that developing XML skills would not
have any negative effects, well unless ofcourse
your boss thinks that you are trying to jump
over him/her...
as to XML please check with the javaranch XML links
and you could go through some of the older posts
where similar concers have been addressed.
 
Rajeshwari Ramamurthi
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