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     The author Howard Katz introduces the W3C's XQuery specification, which is moving towards “recommendation status” after emerging from a long waiting period behind closed doors. The complex specification currently consists of nine separate working drafts (and may still be growing). This article provides history, a road map into the documentation, and an overview of some of the technical issues involved in the specification. It also provides quick look at some key features of XQuery's surface syntax. Code samples demonstrate the difference between XQuery and XQueryX and show examples of the surface syntax.


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