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what do I need to download for SAX ?

 
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Learning SAX 101, what jar file do I need to include in the CLASSPATH ? where to download it ? I saw some people use apache xecers, is that a standard one and do I need to download xecers in order to use SAX ?
 
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Since Java 1.4, the standard library has included SAX and DOM parsers entirely adequate for getting started with XML. You don't need any additional jar files.
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