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The eXtensible Markup Language

This site featured the eXtensible Markup Language (XML) as the language is implemented in the Microsoft .NET Framework library. XML is explorer not simply as a language. The main goal of this site is to show how to use the .NET Framework to create and maintain XML files. We chose the .NET Framework because it provides a very impressive level of support for XML and its W3C standards.

The exercises in the Practical Learning sections were created using SharpDevelp.


 

 

 

 

Lessons Summary

Lesson 1: Introduction to XML
Lesson 2: Creating an XML File
Lesson 3: XML Well-Formedness
Lesson 4: Using an XML File
Lesson 5: Introduction to XML Elements
Lesson 6: Operations on XML Elements
Lesson 7: Introduction to XML Attributes
Lesson 8: The Attributes of an Element
Lesson 9: Nodes of an XML File

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