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In computing terms, a parser is a program that takes input in the form of sequential instructions

JAXP API using DOM Parser

       

  1. Introduction to XML Parser:
    In computing terms, a parser is a program that takes input in the form of sequential instructions, tags, or some other defined sequence of tokens, and breaks them up into easily manageable parts. XML parser is used to read, update, create and manipulate an XML document. Whenever the XML document executes, the parser recognizes and responds to each XML structure taking
    some specified action based on the structure type.
     
  2. DOM (Document Object Model)
    The XML Document Object Model (XML DOM) defines a standard way to access and manipulate XML documents using any programming language (and a parser for that
    language).

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Posted on: June 10, 2009

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