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What are different parsing objects in Android?

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For starters, Android has objects to parse XML and JSON. Parsers, to state very simply, break out data in a given format into usable parts. For example, if your app needs to be able to read an XML document and pick out the appropriate data parts for processing, you would use an XML parser.

Here's a little explanation and example app from IBM:
Working with XML on Android
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