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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Further Reading

This chapter touches on a number of topics that you might want to know more about. Some are XML-related, but not so much .NET-related as to find an ideal place for discussion here. Some are not really XML-related but definitely belong to the .NET Framework and, as such, deserve at least a reference here.

One topic we spent a lot of time on in this chapter is XML namespaces and qualified names. The official site where the specification can be found is http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml-names. In Chapter 3, I covered XML validation and the various schema involved in the process. If you think you need an XML crash course from a higher, non-.NET-Framework-related perspective, I can recommend two books. One is Essential XML, by Don Box, ...

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