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Karl Waclawek scripsit:
> I agree. It would be nice, however, if SAX for instance allowed
> an application to stop parsing (based on an event) without
> having to throw an exception.
What's wrong with exceptions? This kind of thing, abandoning an action,
is what they were made for. If one of your SAX handlers decides that
there is no point in reading further, create an AllDoneException packaged
inside a SAXException, and away we go.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
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