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Re: XML too hard for programmers?


c is too hard
On Tue, Mar 18, 2003 at 09:52:44PM -0800, Dare Obasanjo wrote:
> Tim is basically asking for pull-based XML parsers, implementations of
[...]
> and its C# equivalent which has been available in the .NET Framework for
> over a year
[...]
> His Perl + pseudocode is more verbose than the actual C# code but the
> functionality he claims to want is right there and terseness isn't
> really a place where C# can compete with Perl anyway.  

  libxml2 (version >= 2.5.0) also provide an xml reader interface:
     http://xmlsoft.org/xmlreader.html

The resulting Python code would be very similar to yours.

Daniel

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