How the XML parses documents ?
Re: XML Parsing
XML parsers read documents from beginning to end, either firing events as
the parser discovers nodes (SAX), setting properties that you can query as
the parser discovers nodes (.NET XmlTextReader) or building an in-memory
object tree containing the data in the document (DOM).
The parse process itself is not too difficult because XML documents must
conform to some very simple rules.
You might take a look at the article "Build Your Own Lightweight DOM
Parser", available in both Java (http://www.devx.com/xml/Article/10114) and
in VB (http://www.devx.com/xml/Article/10100) versions. If you build one of
the parsers, you will get a very good introduction to how parsers work with
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