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XML and ConciseXML

  • To: "xml-dev" <xml-dev@l...>
  • Subject: XML and ConciseXML
  • From: "Mike Plusch" <mplusch@c...>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 13:48:03 -0500
  • Organization: Clear Methods

read xml with progress
In case folks think I'm making this stuff up, I just got
an email from the InformIT newsletter that reaches about
1 million developers.

The featured article is called:
"Processing XML with Java: Reading XML"
"Reading an XML document is a complicated, error-prone operation.
Elliotte Rusty Harold discusses how to use an XML parser to read the
document for you."

Here's the URL:

The first XML document shown is the following:


In ConciseXML, it becomes the following:

Both forms are expressing the same thing, an
integer returned from a method call.

XML 1.0 took: 126 characters.
ConciseXML took: 5 characters.

Isn't there anyone out there who thinks it
is ridiculous to have a syntax that uses
126 characters to express an integer?


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