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Parser for borland c++ builder ?

Posted on 2001-06-18
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Hi!
Is there any parser for c++ builder?..
I want to read and write in xml. Or in a somewhat modified xml language.

(Im looking for a good one)

/ Henrik Franzen
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I would imagine that you should be able to use the Microsoft XML parser if you want to.  This is implemented using COM, and thus should be usable from any environment capable of using COM components.

See http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/default.asp
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You can use
http://www.destructor.de/xmlparser/index.htm 
Or
http://www.icom-dv.de/products/xml_tools/uk_xml_parser_01.php3 
(Exists free version ).

otherwise, might check out xml4c from IBM or http://xml.apache.org 
but they like ms...
I hope, it helps. Alex

 
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