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XML Editor !!!

 
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Hello everyone !
I wanted to know which is the best XML editor available in the market and also links to some free ones, if there are any !!
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there are some but most of them cost hundreds of dollars.
adobe frammaker - www.adobe.com
XML Pro - www.vervet.com
XML Writer - xmlwriter.net
xml notepad - www.microsoft.com
xml spy - www.xmlspy.com

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I like XMLSpy. It can validate the document against DTD/Schema if present as you edit it, really
Since XML is plain text data, if you don't need such features you can use any standard editor as an XML editor. Many of today's popular Java IDEs also has XML support such as syntax highlighting, expanding/collapsing nodes, validating well-formedness etc.
 
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