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Xml parsers

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

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.

A Kumar
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Thanks William !!!
Have you checked out Aspose?
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