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DTD Parser in Delphi 6

Dear Experts,

I am seeking the solution how to create a DTD parser. I have a lot of XML files, each file is very heavy to parse manualy. Also, I have a DTD model. I want to have a unit that would parse my DTD file, creates some kind of object model so then processing XML it would be simple to access each node knowing for what type of information this node is about. I have this link http://www.delphi3000.com/articles/article_3011.asp, but i cannot create units for correct work. Please, help me, maybe there is any available solutions on it.
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Alexander_Savenko
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jpleveneCommented:
There is a good delphi code one here
http://www.delphi3000.com/articles/article_3011.asp
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Alexander_SavenkoAuthor Commented:
Hi, please see that your link is in my question )) i cannot compile from that example
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jpleveneCommented:
Sorry, he did actually do this in 2 parts, you need the first part
(part 1)
http://www.delphi3000.com/articles/article_2995.asp?SK=
(part 2)
http://www.delphi3000.com/articles/article_3011.asp?SK= 
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Alexander_SavenkoAuthor Commented:
At that links there is no downloadable sources, but with this examples i cannot proper compile it
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jpleveneCommented:
As a parser would be used differently for each app, he has done the two pages as a lesson on how to contruct one.  You need to fill in the blanks for the customisation that you want.
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