Professional XML (Programmer to programmer) - Swansea Price:£5.00
Author:Richard Anderson
Publisher:WROX Press Ltd
Publication date:Jan 2000
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Book description
XML--eXtensible Markup Language--is capable of rendering all data transfer and display OS and application agnostic. It's a self-documenting meta-language (used to describe data) implemented as a sub-set of SGML. As the authors of Professional XML explain, to use XML you first define an XML "vocabulary" suitable for your purpose. There are already vocabularies suitable for molecular modelling, commercial data exchange, legal and medical documents and much more. A vocabulary definition is containe
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