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Professional XML - Most important chapters?

 
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Does anyone could tell me what are the most important chapters I must read to study for the exam?
The whole book contains 27 chapters, but which ones are the essentials?
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Anyone who answer this question could tell me whether these chapters cover all the knowledge regardind its respective topics in the objectives list?
For example, chapter 5 is all about DTDs. Is that enough if I study DTDs only by the book?
 
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Anyone who answer this question could tell me whether these chapters cover all the knowledge regardind its respective topics in the objectives list?
For example, chapter 5 is all about DTDs. Is that enough if I study DTDs only by the book?
 
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My FAQ and other sources on this site give an unofficial list of chapters: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12 ,24 ,27.
The questions on the exam appear to be to a certain extent taken from the IBM-recommended books. However, the answers to all questions on the exam cannot be found in the recommended books. There are no books specifically designed for XML exam preparation, so it is a good idea to use multiple sources.
 
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