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RE: To tree, or not to tree ...(was Re: The subsetti

RE:  To tree

> mc@x... (Mike Champion) writes:
> >>> You claimed that a parser *has* to model the XML instance as a tree.
> >>> DOM-type parsers do, but SAX-type parsers just don't.
> >>
> >> No, I didn't. But I can see the tree from the maps :)
> >
> >Ooooh, this is getting into deep philosophical territory ... "If a
> >tree grows from the SAX forest but there is no one there to see it, is
> >it still a 'tree'????"  <grin>
> Sometimes I want to treat it as a tree, sometimes I don't.  As long as
> no one tells me that it must be a tree, I don't really care.  Seems
> easier that way.

Quite. In my current app I just get special graphs ('special' in the
euphemistic sense - i.e. one who takes a lot more looking after).




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