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Core Java II (Horstmann)-changes to XML chapter  RSS feed

 
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Hi Cay,

Congratulation of the new release.

I have my previous copy of the book (volume I , happy to hear about continuing the series. What are the main differences between those two? I'm the most interested in Chapter 3: XML.

All the best, Adam
 
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Hi, the XML chapter hasn't changed much since there haven't been many changes to the API. There is now a section on catalogs. One example that used XML to describe Swing UIs is now a more generic example for describing Java objects.
 
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Since you can't win from a post in this threa‍d the original locaton of this post, I think I shall split these last two posts, giving you a chance to win the book — both of you.
 
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