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Xml parsers

A Kumar
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Hi,

If i were to create a custom xml parser..
what are the rules to be followed and
what languages can i make use of??

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William Brogden
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Rules for XML documents: The W3C is a good place to start.

Languages: Any language that makes handling characters and character streams easy. Extra points if it can handle UNICODE.

Historically speaking, Java was used by the pioneers in the XML parser biz.

Bill


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A Kumar
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Thanks William !!!
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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