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XML GUIDANCE

 
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hello,
could anyone of u tell me which version of internet explorer is required to learn XML?.I have IE 5.0, can i practice xml using internet explorer 5.0 if not then please let me know the exact version of IE.
 
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Hi Nitin,
You can use IE5.x for viewing XML documents.But remember it's not complaint with W3C recommendations.
Karthi
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Regarding IE's compatibility (or incompatibility ) with W3C, there are good and detailed articles:
Browser XML Display Support Chart http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2000/05/03/browserchart/index.html
XML Web Pages with Internet Explorer 5.x http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2000/05/03/msie/index.html
W3C Standards Support in IE and the Netscape Gecko Browser Engine (NN) http://home.netscape.com/browsers/future/standards.html?cp=n6i
But in general, both browsers have never been noticed in diligent following W3C specs. Maybe you should use specialized tools instead: parsers and XSLT processors, like Xerces or Saxon. I do not have information about parsers, but among XSLT processors Saxon is considered the most W3C compliant.
If you use IE 5.0, you will probably not meet any Big Incompatibility Problem, but you may have small irritating differences.
 
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Hi Nitin
U can use IE5.x version browesers to run your xml files.IE supports everything for XML.
All the best
Rajesh

Originally posted by nitin sharma:
hello,
could anyone of u tell me which version of internet explorer is required to learn XML?.I have IE 5.0, can i practice xml using internet explorer 5.0 if not then please let me know the exact version of IE.


 
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