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- From: Tyler Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: John Cowan <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 17 Sep 1998 16:40:08 -0400
John Cowan wrote:
> Tyler Baker wrote:
> > Wouldn't this be better titled as a DOM Builder and a DOM Writer?
> I don't see why. DOMParser is a SAX parser, just like any other,
> except that instead of reading an XML source file, it walks a DOM.
> It does not build a DOM, nor does it write anything.
> There is a similar module in SAXON, I believe, but not packaged as
> a SAX parser.
Sorry my confusion lies in that parsing refers to taking data of one unmanageable
form and converting it into a manageable form. In other words, you cannot do
anything useful with an XML document until you parse it, all it is a set of bytes
that follow a particular pattern. Parsing a DOM tree is an oxymoron IMHO unless
you are converting the DOM tree into some other tree. I guess I would have to
take a closer look at what you have. From second glance it seems as if what you
have are utility methods for searching and sorting a DOM tree. In this case you
would have a DOM Manager...
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