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XPath and XPointer: Locating Content in XML Documents

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XPath and XPointer: Locating Content in XML Documents
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
ISBN/ASIN: 0596002912
ISBN-13: 9780596002916
Number of pages: 208

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XPath and XPointer are two closely related languages that play a key role in XML processing by allowing developers to find these needles and manipulate embedded information. Written for XML and XSLT developers and anyone else who needs to address information in XML documents, the book assumes a working knowledge of XML and XSLT. By the time you've finished the book, you'll know how to construct a full XPointer and completely understand both the XPath and XPointer features it uses.

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