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where can i find a good downloadable tutorial on xml

 
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can any one help me find agood downloadable tutorial on xml ..iam new to the stuff .One book that i have (xml applications)..was published in 1998...its out dated..and i dont intend to buy anymore
 
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"sreekumar s",
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Maybe this will help:
Learning XML
Chapter 2:
Markup and Core Concepts http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/learnxml/chapter/ch02.html
A Technical Introduction to XML By Norman Walsh
XML Syntax Quick Reference (pdf) http://www.mulberrytech.com/quickref/XMLquickref.pdf
[This message has been edited by Mapraputa Is (edited July 15, 2001).]
 
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Hi Sreekumar,
Try http://www.zvon.org/xxl/XMLTutorial/General/book_en.html
I've used this site's VoiceXML links, which is an excellant reference on VoiceXML. I am yet to look into XML Tutorials. But I guess they are quite good.
Hope this helps,
Hema Menon
 
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hi hema
thanks a lot friend...the link as u said is interesting & really helpful
sreekumar

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You could try Barnes & Noble's
class.
They ask that you buy a couple books, but you could probably get them at the library. The class itself is free.
Also, check out this thread.
Paul R
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