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Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file

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HI !

Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file.

Two parallele aims Multilingual and Xml File format or Xml Lile file
Format.

Is there an editor to do that.

HALLES .

interpretor and translator, and fond of human languages even extinct
ones.

Help me build an ANTI BABEL TOWER

Nov 14 '05 #1
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On 30 May 2005 12:00:25 -0700, "HALLES" <sl*********@yahoo.fr> wrote
in comp.lang.c:
HI !

Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file.

Two parallele aims Multilingual and Xml File format or Xml Lile file
Format.

Is there an editor to do that.

HALLES .

interpretor and translator, and fond of human languages even extinct
ones.

Help me build an ANTI BABEL TOWER


What exactly is your question about the C programming language? I'd
suggest you try Google.

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Nov 14 '05 #2

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"HALLES" <sl*********@yahoo.fr> wrote:
# HI !
#
# Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file.

You can open a file for append with fopen(filename,"a"). However that is
strictly append, with no insertion before the end. Most operating system
don't offer record insertion I/O, and so most C libraries don't either.

You might be able to find a library that better supports XML than bare C
does. There are also other programming languages with DOM implementations
that more easily express string manipulation than C can.

--
SM Ryan http://www.rawbw.com/~wyrmwif/
The whole world's against us.
Nov 14 '05 #3

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SM Ryan wrote:
"HALLES" <sl*********@yahoo.fr> wrote:
# HI !
#
# Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file.

You can open a file for append with fopen(filename,"a"). However that is
strictly append, with no insertion before the end. Most operating system
don't offer record insertion I/O, and so most C libraries don't either.

You might be able to find a library that better supports XML than bare C
does. There are also other programming languages with DOM implementations
that more easily express string manipulation than C can.

--
SM Ryan http://www.rawbw.com/~wyrmwif/
The whole world's against us.


"What you mean us, white man?" Tonto to Lone Ranger. You had to be there.

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Nov 14 '05 #4

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Joe Wright <jo********@comcast.net> wrote:
# SM Ryan wrote:
# > "HALLES" <sl*********@yahoo.fr> wrote:
# > # HI !
# > #
# > # Is there a way to write append rewrite a XML Multilingual file.
# >
# > You can open a file for append with fopen(filename,"a"). However that is
# > strictly append, with no insertion before the end. Most operating system
# > don't offer record insertion I/O, and so most C libraries don't either.
# >
# > You might be able to find a library that better supports XML than bare C
# > does. There are also other programming languages with DOM implementations
# > that more easily express string manipulation than C can.
# >
# > --
# > SM Ryan http://www.rawbw.com/~wyrmwif/
# > The whole world's against us.
#
# "What you mean us, white man?" Tonto to Lone Ranger. You had to be there.

What would happen if View Askew met Firesign Theatre?

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Wow. A sailboat.
Nov 14 '05 #5

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I think i am going back to TP 7 !

to append write and rewrite.

I will buy an old comp 486 under 100MHz running TP7 to do what recent
compilers seem not to be able to do.

Lucky me i haven't thrown out my TP 7 compiler.

Regards

Hasta la vista, hombres !

Nov 14 '05 #6

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