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   Re: SAX-J and the DPH (DJH?)

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  • From: Sean Mc Grath <digitome@iol.ie>
  • To: xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Wed, 31 Dec 1997 10:58:24 GMT

At 17:03 30/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>The fun starts for the D&lang;H when including the markup in the
>>SED command is not an option due to the hierarchical sensitivity of
>>the task. e.g. just telephone numbers occuring within 
>>the appendix elements and skipping those where the client attribute
>>has the value = "Jones". That sort of thing.
>>Maybe nothing short of a fully blown XML parser will do for these
>Actually the example you give is pretty easy to do in perl. I would presume
>a wide diffused line, though, dividing tasks which require "a fully blown
>XML parser" and those which can be dispatched by humbler means, and I do
>think it's an interesting distinction to study.

Care to suggest a Perl implementation? I for one would find it very
instructive to see what problems/issues/patterns emerge from studying
a live example.

Sean Mc Grath
sean at digitome dot com

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