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Re: [xml-dev] 15 elementary truths about XML

>> > 6. XML processors always interpret the bytes in XML files as characters.
>> >
>> > 7. Thus, XML processors interpret XML files as a sequence of characters.
>> XML parsers right?  The 'processor' is the thing that processes what
>> the parser reports...
> Terminology: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml/#dt-xml-proc
> The 'processor' is the thing that reads an XML document and makes its
> content available to an 'application'. An XML parser is an XML processor.

Ah ok, thanks for the link.

Do you know why it's 'processor' over just 'parser', is it DTD
related?  Or put another way - where does the parsing stop and the
processing begin?

Andrew Welch

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