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Hello All,
I just need a simple DOM Parser Code just to kick start my understanding of DOM Parsing using Java. Your help is very much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Raghu
 
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Go to IBM developers website, then click XML, then xml tutorials or articles, there you will find bunches of article/tutorials on xml, dom, sax, xslt,fop,databinging etc., Try to find the tutorial "Understaning DOM" in it.
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Hi Raghu,

Pls find the code below (just covering the basic requirements)


Hope this is useful.

Regards
Bajji Pat

Edit Comment:
Added the [ code ] and [ / code ] tags without he spaces.

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[ April 12, 2005: Message edited by: Madhav Lakkapragada ]
 
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Hi Balaji and Bajji,
Thanks for your reply. Both of your replies are useful to me. Can you explain me about Namespaces in XML its a bit confusing to me. If you explain me about namespace in simple terms it will be useful.

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Raghu
 
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