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>In SAX, the parser is has the
>control loop and thus this makes SAX parsers easy to write. In
>DOM the control loop is owned by the library's user.
That said, it again brings us down to that SAX parsers all (most) follow the
push model, and DOM based follow the pull model. Or am I still confused. I
guess I'm overcome by all these theories:-)
>I've only just begun playing
>with random access push models... this is more or less events that
>can be revisited.
For the push model to be revisited, probably means that it will have to keep
a parts in memory, or reparse all over again? This means that we are back
to in memory parsers right, or is there some other concept behind it?