A Template-Based Approach to XML Parsing in C++

Using the Xerces library and a little C++ code, you can parse an XML file to get only the information you need as easy-to-handle objects.
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Anonymous's picture

Hey this code doesn't work. Missing XMLCommand.h. Please provide the same.
Regards

code with out using in built functions

ravi's picture

xml parsing program
without using in built functions

Hi, I can't make the code

Anonymous's picture

Hi,
I can't make the code compile..
One file is missing: XMLCommand.h.
can you supply it?

thanks,

XMLCommand.h

Gunjan's picture

Hi John,

Can you please share the XMLCommand.h?

-Gunjan

sample code

pierreG's picture

Hi,
sounds interesting, but I can't make the code compile..
One file is missing: XMLCommand.h.
can you supply it?

thanks,

pierre

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