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Does anyone have any ideas about where the best resources for someone who hasn't worked with XML much to get started?
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I'm no expert to give you advice, but there was a whole lot of links in one of the threads here:
http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum31/HTML/000268.html
 
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There is a really good book called "XML by Example". I used this and had ZERO knowledge in XML. It shows you how to use it in java script but it is a very good book and the examples go somewhat over to Java Applications. The thought is already there.

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I really liked the book XML Primer
 
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Um, I think it's time to ask the obvious question...
Jeremy, would you recommend your book for beginners? If not, what would you recommend as prequesites for reading your book?
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