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vendredi, 19 août 2011 15:11

XML Processing with Perl, Python, and PHP

XML Processing with Perl, Python, and PHPTitle: XML Processing with Perl, Python, and PHP

Number of pages: 447

Auteur: Martin C. Brown

Description: If you haven’t already guessed, this book is all about parsing, processing, and working with XML using a variety of scripting languages. After a brief XML refresher, I address the languages in turn to show how each provides solutions for getting at the power of XML. Along the way, I address some of the important protocols, such as SOAP and XML-RPC that make seamless data transfer possible. Throughout this book you’ll find sample scripts. You can download the complete versions of the scripts by going to www.sybex.com and following the link to the page for this book.

XML seems to be everywhere today and used in a myriad of ways, especially in the vital and growing world of e-commerce. This book is designed to help you make the most of it. I hope that you will return to these pages often as you discover

Publié dans Informatique et Web
  • Computer Organization, Design, and ArchitectureTitle: Computer Organization, Design, and Architecture
  • Number of pages: 769
  • Auteur: Sajjan G. Shiva

Description: Chapter 1 briefly outlines digital computer system terminology, traces the evolution of computer structures, and introduces performance evaluation.

Chapter 2 describes number systems, computer codes, data representation, storage, and transfer concepts.

Chapter 3 covers the analysis and design of combinational logic circuits, along with logic minimization procedures. Popular off-the-shelf integrated circuits (IC) and designing with ICs are introduced in this chapter. Appendix A provides brief descriptions of selected ICs.

Chapter 4 covers the analysis and design of synchronous sequential circuits.

Concepts of registers and register-transfer logic are introduced along with a primitive register-transfer language (RTL).

Publié dans Informatique et Web