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DOM/SAX

 
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Hi,
I would like to know what is the depth of knowledge one should have regarding DOM and SAX..Is theoritical knowledge on DOM/SAX sufficient for exams? Does the exam contain questions with DOM/SAX codes..? Please let me know..
Thanks.
Hari.
 
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I seem to recall previous posts that mentioned you need to know the APIs somewhat and the strengths/weeknesses of the two approaches.
If you do a search on this forum you should be able to find the info you are seeking.
 
Hariharan Raman
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Thanks John..! I did find that..I see, just knowing the various interfaces, its methods and exceptions are sufficient from exam standpoint.
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Hari.
 
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