Perl Power!: A Jumpstart Guide to Programming in Perl 5

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Addison Wesley, 1999 - Computers - 438 pages
XML and Java: Developing Web Applications is a tutorial that will teach Web developers, programmers, and system engineers how to create robust XML business applications for the Internet using the Java technology. The authors, a team of IBM XML experts, introduce the essentials of XML and Java development, from a review of basic concepts to thorough coverage of advanced techniques. Using a step-by-step approach, this book illustrates real-world implications of XML and Java technologies as they apply to Web applications. Readers should have a basic understanding of XML as well as experience in writing simple Java programs. XML and Java enables you to: *Develop Web business applications using XML and Java through real-world examples and code *Quickly obtain XML programming skills *Become familiar with Document Object Models (DOM) and the Simple API for XML (SAX) *Understand the Electronic Document Interchange (EDI) system design using XML and Document Type Definition (DTD), including coverage on automating business-to-business message exchange *Leverage JavaBean components *Learn a hands-on, practical orientation to XML and Java XML has strong support from industry giants such as IBM,

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Contents

Introduction to Perl
1
Objectoriented programming
109
Pr t porter modules
147
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Michael Schilli is a Web Engineer with America Online Inc. and has over eight years professional experience in software development. He is a regular contributor with both iX (European Unix magazine) and the Linux Magazin with monthly columns on Internet programmign with Perl 5.

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