how xml syntax(tags and others) looks colorful and structured in a web browser?
I want to know is there any mechanism in XML or in web browser(IE or mozilla etc.) that xml document's syntax(tags and elements) looks colorful in browser,specially in Internet Explorer?what mechanism xml or Browser is using for it?
thanks for reply
thanks for reply........I am telling about syntax of xml document on web browser.(+ and - sign and also colorful display)did you get it now.......?
Is there a way to display an xml stream formatted ?
Is there a way to display an xml stream formatted (like IE does it with color coding and collapse buttons).May u also tell me how to implement defaulss.xsl(Which IE use)using VC++.
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