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how to develop parser with java

 
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can we create a parser so that we can make all tags created by us
will be parsed by that class itself than interacting with browser
if so pls explain
 
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Sure you can write an XML parser in java, but I would like to know if you really want to reinvent the wheel. Writing a parser is not an easy job and you wouldn't want to waste time and effort when there are so many of them avaiable out there for free!!

I am not sure if I understood your question correctly, but I would certainly discourage you from writing yet another XML parser.
Does that help??
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Ajith Kallambella M.
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java�2 Platform.
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, V1.
 
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By the way, your name "java star" does not comply with the JavaRanch naming policy. Please choose one that meets the requirements.
Thanks!

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Sun Certified Programmer for the Java�2 Platform.
IBM Certified Developer - XML and Related Technologies, V1.
 
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You can download a many free XML Parsers, I am currently working with Xerces which is Apaches XML parser. Its working fine and hasnt been hard to use. here's the site if you want to give it a shot. http://xml.apache.org/
good luck!

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xerces is the parser provided by the apache and is good
 
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