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Prof XML 1st edition

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Hi all,
i am a new entrant into this forum. planning to give the 141 in june /july. the question i have are actually two
1. in india the prof xml 2nd edition is not in market. i have contacted the publishers and they say that it is gonna come into the market 'soon'. but they have a copy of prof XML US Edition that has to be paid at US rate. the question is whether the prof XML 2nd edition is sooo important compared to prof xml 1st edition. can i use 1st edition for preparing for the exam.
2. when i go thru the info on XML here ( thanks to the well maintainted list) i get a feeling that XML and Java are interlinked . even IBM talks about the interlinkage. can i get more information on this. wat i know is that i need not know java for learning xml but why are all the API built in java. any help here
best regards
sridhar kilambi
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