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zxml.js has no carriage returns in it. All the code is on one line. I would like a copy that is more human readable. Is there one available? It would also would make debugging more easy.

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When you get zXml from http://www.nczonline.net/downloads/ you get two copies, zXml.js as above and zXml.src.js which is indented and has comments.

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Thanks Joe, I really appreciate the quick response. I have the 1st Ed. book and the downloads at both sites didn't have zXml.src.js., it's only in the 2nd Ed. download. Hope this helps another developer out there. By the way is there much difference between the 1st & 2nd book eds? I'll take a look at the TOC and Project codes, that might answer my question.
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Bob: Yes, you should quickly see the big differences in the TOC. There are several new chapters, expnaded chapters, all total adding nearly 200 pages of new content, so about 50% more than the first edition. Plus, updates to probably 1/2 of the existing material. It was as far as revisions go, a BIG project. :)

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