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Hi,i am doin a C++ program which able to create for example a memo.This memo is save in .xml format.This file should be able to open.How can i open this xml file in C++ and achieved the desired output?

Example of Memo
Subject:Test
To:Mr A
Body:Meeting at 3.30pm

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aamironline earned 240 total points
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you will have to use any xml parser for c++

- xml.apache.org
- msdn.microsoft.com/xml
- expat.sourceforge.net

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m aamir maniar
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