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Free XML book

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For those preparing for XML, who don't know about it yet (or/and cannot afford for Prof. XML) :
"Essential XML Quick Reference" - Aaron Skonnard, Martin Gudgin

is available free online at
This book seems to cover most of exams objective and has some positive response from rancher who passed XML
I wish I knew about this book before ordered Professional XML (not that it's bad, though).
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I think the info about this book should be added to XML Exam FAQ
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I registered twice on this site, but I am not able to login. I thought it might be incorrect password , and sent a request through forgot password, but their email sent me the same password i used to login.
Is anyone else is having the same problem?
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The login works fine for me :roll:
Moreover, the book just below the one mentioned, i.e. Essential XML: Beyond markup provides a free chapter about XSLT online at (see under Chapters, the link for chapter 5)
Several useful appendices are also provided.
I found a beautiful pie. And a tiny ad:
Two software engineers solve most of the world's problems in one K&R sized book
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