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This is one of a small set of books which I use all the time. It doesn't
cover Java as such, but is a mine of useful and accessible information on
HTTP, HTML, JavaScript, XML, CSS, CGI, Perl, PHP and Apache configuration.
Although I have many other books which cover these areas, usually in much
more detail, this book is often all I need to answer a particular question.
To me, this book, along with Unix in a Nutshell, show how good a "Nutshell"
book can be. Small enough to carry about, and packed full of genuinely
useful information. (Frank Carver - Sherriff, Dec 2000)

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