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Applied XML Programming for Microsoft® .NET by Dino Esposito

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Further Reading

This chapter repeatedly mentions the XML DOM as the starting point for defining the set of methods and properties for the XmlDocument class. The .NET Framework classes support the interface defined by the DOM Level 1 Core and DOM Level 2 Core specifications. If you are interested in the official papers, you can find them at http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-DOM-Level-1 and http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2.

Another topic that has been mentioned quite often is XPath. We’ll be looking at XPath in Chapter 6, but you won’t find a complete reference to the syntax elements of the XPath query language there. (In general, this book is not a comprehensive reference for any of the XML-related standards.) For a thorough treatment of this topic, refer ...

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