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Core Java™ Volume II–Advanced Features, Eighth Edition by Gary Cornell, Cay S. Horstmann

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Chapter 2. XML

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INTRODUCING XML

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PARSING AN XML DOCUMENT

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VALIDATING XML DOCUMENTS

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LOCATING INFORMATION WITH XPATH

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USING NAMESPACES

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STREAMING PARSERS

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GENERATING XML DOCUMENTS

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XSL TRANSFORMATIONS

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The preface of the book Essential XML by Don Box et al. (Addison-Wesley Professional 2000) states only half-jokingly: “The Extensible Markup Language (XML) has replaced Java, Design Patterns, and Object Technology as the software industry’s solution to world hunger.” Indeed, as you will see in this chapter, XML is a very useful technology for ...

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