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SAX Vs DOM

kri shan
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Difference between SAX and DOM parsers?
William Brogden
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That is the kind of question you should be able to answer for yourself with existing web resources. For instance, a google search for "java xml tutorial" will turn up this Sun tutorial on XML in java.
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IBM developerWorks also has nice tutorials for learning SAX and DOM:
Understanding SAX
Understanding DOM


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