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   Re: [xml-dev] SAXException, checked, buy why?

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On Mon, 2005-01-03 at 11:20 -0500, Alan Gutierrez wrote:
>     Let's say, rather than simply raise, pass, or log, you want to
>     give the person who constructed this object a chance to fix.
>     A chance to select a different enocoding, or some such.
>     So, in addition to raise, pass, or log, how do you provide a
>     means to fix.

I would choose to do so by passing in a "fix_error" function of some
sort from the parse-caller to the handler.  Functions are first-class
objects in Python, so passing them around is a very common way of
configuring complex behavior in that way.

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