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which W3C specification i have to read?

 
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Hi there,
i prepare for test141.Many time i heard that people read W3C specification of XML,XSLT etc.so which W3C specification are helpull for exam ? can i find this from any book(i see that on www.w3c.org) pls help me.
 
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I suggest you first read the some tutorial on XML ,schema,DTD and etc.,,
Then u come to Specification.It will be easy to understand what the specification actually trying to spec.
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Balaji
 
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Originally posted by Balaji Loganathan:
I suggest!. first read some tutorial on XML ,schema,DTD and etc.,,
Then u come to Specification.It will be easy to understand what the specification actually trying to say.
Regards
Balaji

 
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These are the links for XPath,XML Schema and XSLT.
XPath http://www.w3.org/TR/xpath
XML Schema http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-0/
XSLT http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt

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Also read the XML 1.0 Specifications. There is also an annotated version of the same available at http://www.xml.com , if you find the one at w3c a bit difficult to understand
 
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