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From: "- -" <kerroppa@hotmail.com>
To: <xml-dev@lists.xml.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 11:08 PM
Subject: [xml-dev] Any Good Reference Book on XML & XSLT

> Hi all,
> Can anyone recommend me any good (reference) books on XML, XML DOM, and/or
> XSLT? I've been working on XML for almost 2 weeks now (from scratch).  I
> read and reference from the web, but I'm in need of some solid,
> intermidiate-level books to read during my spare time.  Any inputs are
> appreciated.

For XSLT you can't do much worse than Micheal Kay's book, "XSLT: A
Programmer's Reference. Second Edition". For XML both the "XML Bible" and "XML
By Example" have served me well. I've never used a book for DOM stuff since
it's all in the Javadocs for whatever API you're using.

Hope that helped.

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