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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sterin, Ilya" <Isterin@ciber.com>
To: "'Dare Obasanjo '" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; "''Jeff Lowery ' '"
Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 1:26 PM
Subject: RE: [xml-dev] Push and Pull?
> I never said it was, I was refering to the underlying parser for DOM. In my
> push - an implementation where the parser alerts the program of different
> tokens, in our case different XML nodes (tags, data, etc...).
> pull - the parser collects the data to later create a data structure
> representation of it for the program.
Discussing the underlying parser for a particular DOM implementation might as
well be a philosophical discussion. Either way the application developer
shouldn't be interacting with it until all the XML has already been parsed and
populates the Document object and its child nodes.
> Where is it published? That's actually what I've been looking for. I also
> don't consider a search on google, that comes up with thousands of resources
> a standard.
> Again, I don't disagree with anything, I am just trying to get a clear
> (normal termininology) meaning of this, sort of like Clark and Jeff did in a
> few of their posts.
> You were very helpful too, but I just disagreed with your point, or maybe I
> just misunderstood it.
XML is a web technology and a lot of it's related work is created by web
developers and placed on the web. If you are waiting for some printed tome or
ordinance from above to be the official end all and be all of XML knowledge
and definitions then you will be waiting till the proverbial porcines soar
through the sky.
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