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  • Subject: binary->XML translation
  • From: John <john1863@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2006 18:54:52 -0600
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I am a newbie to XML, but have been coding for several years so just kind
of need a pointer of where to get started.

I have a binary data file (eventually several data files) and an XML
schema describing
the data.  I would like to parse the binary data and translate it into XML (and
eventually back to binary) using the schema.  I could just do all this with a
hand coded parser, but since the schema is likely to change over time I it
would be much better for ease and maintainability to use the schema to
generate a parser - assuming that there is a way to do this.

Any pointers in the right starting direction or tools would be greatly

john gay.
Denver, CO USA


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