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Custom XML Parser (without using XmlDocument)

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Hi,

I'm wondering on how to go about writing a simple XML parser, one that
doesn't use the XmlDocument class (DOM API) and relies only on
(in-built, so to say low-level) file system and string parsing
functions. Are there any examples or sample code that illustrates on how
to go about building a custom XML parser on these lines. The main issue
is that I'm not quite sure about how to render the XML file to an
in-memory data structure of some sort using a custom parsing approach.
Once I manage to build an in-memory hierarchical data structure from the
XML data file, I can manipulate it further.

Any ideas or suggestions will be very helpful. Thanks!
Nov 12 '05 #1
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look at the xmlreader class

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Hi,

I'm wondering on how to go about writing a simple XML parser, one that
doesn't use the XmlDocument class (DOM API) and relies only on
(in-built, so to say low-level) file system and string parsing
functions. Are there any examples or sample code that illustrates on how
to go about building a custom XML parser on these lines. The main issue
is that I'm not quite sure about how to render the XML file to an
in-memory data structure of some sort using a custom parsing approach.
Once I manage to build an in-memory hierarchical data structure from the
XML data file, I can manipulate it further.

Any ideas or suggestions will be very helpful. Thanks!

Nov 12 '05 #2

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