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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I hope you like the XML-RPC book. I'd appreciate any feedback you have on it. Send your mail to jjohn@cs.umb.edu.

    • I've liked what I've read so far. I've only read 2 or 3 chapters but I think I have the feel for XML-RPC.

      Of course I'm trying to read about a dozen technical books at the moment. I've also been trying to inhale as much RPC/SOAP/Web Services info as possible. I'm even rolling through the "Programming Jabber" book.

      So far all have been great and the XML-RPC book was a great start for O'Reilly in that arena.