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- From: Chris Maden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 12:00:41 -0400
> I've been working on a java xml browser application. I got the base
> code from the book "XML Complete" by Steven Holzner. Some of the
> code shown below comes directly from that book, then I show my
Is there a reason you need to write your own parser? There are at
least five publicly available (James Clark, Microstar, DataChannel,
Tim Bray, Microsoft).
One fundamental flaw in _XML Complete_ is Holzner's apparent belief
that you must write Java code in order to do anything useful with
If you *want* to write a parser as an interesting excerise, great;
have fun. But I just wanted to make sure you were aware that you
absolutely don't need to.
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