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[JAVA] XML reader

 
Adriano Bellavita
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Hi to all my friends,

I have a new problem today.

I have to parse a simple XML doc, like this one:


My Java method take an int and a String that represents the attribute "locale".

So, the method getParsing (3, "en_GB") returns "minutes", or getParsing (1, "it_IT") returns secondi.

I have found a complex way to get the value I desire, with 2 for cycles: the code is terrible.


So I want to know if, using DOM or another utility, I can have direct access to my XML file.

Any solution?


 
Paul Clapham
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Of course. With DOM you always have direct access to the XML document. What code were you using before which didn't have direct access to it?

But "direct access" isn't a technical term in the XML world. So perhaps it means something different to you than what I think it means. We can't see any of your code so that's certainly a possibility.
 
Adriano Bellavita
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Something like this:



to retrieve all elements in the XML file posted before.
 
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