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Is anyone using XLink yet?

 
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Are any of you ranchers using XLink in your xml applications yet? I have to teach a course on XML and was wondering if it would be worth including a little bit on it.
I personally have only played around with it, but would like to hear what other have to say?
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Yes. We did use Xlink in our company.
as a good student, I would like to know everything that relative to XML.
It will be good if you can teach some basic concepts for XSLT, Xlink, XPath, XForm...
give some cases to your student.
tell them that if they are in the real world, they sould know the beautiful of xml.
But, please don't offer any exams for them.
--Zoe
 
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