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parse XML using MSXML

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  I am trying to learn how to use MSXML to parse XML file. The first thing is to create a DOM document and call the load(filename) method to load the XML file into memory.
But in my case, the XML file is not actually a file, its a piece of memory contains XML file which is transfered from another host in the network. In this case , how do i load that piece of memory into the DOM document object?

Thank you!
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