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> Behalf Of Caroline Tabach
> Sent: den 16 september 2007 15:09
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> Subject: XML Scripting Reference Guide
> I have to write an XML Scripting Reference Guide.
> Up to now I have mainly documented the GUI things (we do
> have a couple of scripting guides, but the programmer does
> not think that their structure is what he needs).
> I asked the programmer if he had an example of a Scripting
> guide which was what he thought this book should be like, but
> he did not.
> How should such a book look? (I mean what should the
> structure of the chapters explaing to the user how to write
> scripts be).
> Can anyone point me to an example of such a book?
> Caroline Tabach
> Technical Writer
> e-mail: caroline -dot- tabach -at- gmail -dot- com
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