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Subject: Re: basic xml questions
From: Jerome Pimmel <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:General discussion of Extensible Markup Language <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 4 Nov 1998 16:35:50 -0000
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excellent... cheers.... will do, and yes i do have control over all the
systems, so i'll heed that validation issue.....

btw one last question... are there any freely available C, or C++ XML
parsers?

j

> At the moment you have to generate the XML yourself.  It's
> actually not
> that hard, many people end up with a lot of statements along
> the lines of
>
>  out.println("<"+ type + " " + attr1 + "='" + val1 "'>");
>
> or more efficient equivalent.  There's some talk in perl-land
> of including
> an efficient XML generation API just to avoid sweating the
> syntax... but
> it's not that much sweat.
>
> BTW, if this is an environment where you control all the
> computers, you
> can probably skip the validation, it adds significant cost.  If it's
> not, and you're going to be accepting XML instances from non-trusted
> outsiders, you're going to have to a lot more sanity-checking
> that just
> DTD validation. -Tim
>

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