Still haven't gotten into XML but want to know how? In this article Tim takes a look at a sample chapter from Wrox's extremely popular title "Beginning XML". Beginning XML was written for those who know it's a good idea to learn XML but aren't exactly sure why and how they could use it to their advantage. This sample chapter talks about well-formed XML, attributes, empty elements, processing instructions and parsing XML.
Today I will be looking at chapter two from Wrox's "Beginning XML" book. I used this book about 1 1/2 years ago when I was just new to XML. It helped me learn about XML, XSL, DTD's, etc, and I really think it's a great book for those who've never studied XML. With the help of this book you'll be up to speed with XML in about a week or two, just like I was.
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Anyhow, sit back and relax because here comes the sample chapter.