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From "Jeroen N. Witmond" <...@xs4all.nl>
Subject Re: SAX Parsing a C++ string or an input stream INSTEAD of a file
Date Tue, 13 Apr 2004 06:39:57 GMT
> Hi all,
> The API docs are not clear about whether the SAX2
> Parser can parse from any source other than a URI
> (file or URL).  I noticed in the Parser API that they
> have this:
> virtual void Parser::parse ( const InputSource
> & source  ) [pure virtual]
> In the comments for this function, it says "The
> application can use this method to instruct the SAX
> parser to begin parsing an XML document from any valid
> input source (a character stream, a byte stream, or a
> URI)."
> However, in the SAXParser documentation, it only
> mentions that it can parse from a FILE.  Does anyone
> know if I can definitely use a SAX parser to parse
> either 1) a C++ string in memory, or 2) a C++ input
> stream (string or byte).  Thanks for any help you can
> give me.

Did you take a look at the samples, specifically StdInParse and MemParse?


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