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Old August 30th, 2006, 02:31 AM
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      This is kalyan. I'm new to xml and currently working with c# and .net. I have some basic knowledge of html. I basically want to know the starting point to start my learning of XML which could be useful to use it with .NET & from where i can go on with my learning
 
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I always start my learning of a new subject by going to a bookstore and browsing the available books on the subject. You're on a Wrox site here, so why not go to the "Browse Books" section and see what meets your needs.

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Pick up Wrox's XSLT 2.0 and XML for beginners.

What do you want to use XML for?

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Thank you a lot 4 ur replies.

I just want to make my problem clear.

I don't want to get perfectness in XML. My job is developing applications on .NET using c#. I know that I can get to learn XML by going thru lots of books on & off the internet. But my problem is the point of beginning (say topic / chapter) from where i can just pickup something and go on using it with ASP.NET.

It will be very helpful for me if u say that: " These topics are irrelevant to .NET users (if any) so don't waste ur time on them, but u require these as primary topics so start from here as you cant understand other Topics if u don't cover these initially..."

I can't start from introduction of a book and go on as there is a little time 4 me. This is what my problem actually is!
 
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Yes, we all suffer from the same problem: so many powerful new technologies, so few hours in the day to learn about them.

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