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Re: general

From: James Melton <james.melton@cylogix.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 11:02:56 -0400
Message-ID: <3B5C3CA0.4D8D0FBB@cylogix.com>
To: vinay rao <ramavinay@hotmail.com>
Cc: www-dom@w3.org
Vinay,

I am sure you don't mean to be rude, but you should realize that the
presumption implicit in your final statement, "Expecting a reply from
your side" is that we are obligated to help you. Of course we are not. A
more appropriate English phrasing might have been, "Hoping someone can
help me with my problems."

Regarding parsing - per Merriam-Webster OnLine, http://www.m-w.com/
   Main Entry: pars·er 
   Pronunciation: 'pär-s&r
   Function: noun
   Date: circa 1864
   : one that parses; specifically : a computer program that breaks down
   text into recognized strings of characters for further analysis 

I think you will need to make a greater effort to find further
information on your own. A local bookstore or web-based bookstore should
supply a good selection of text resources. The W3 website,
http://www.w3.org, provides a great deal of information on XML assuming
that your parsing interests relate to XML. Finally, a search of the web
using any engine will produce many more details.

Good luck,
Jim.


vinay rao wrote:
> 
> Hello sir,
> I was jst wondering what is ment by parsers and how many parsers are
> there?How can i understand about parsers?Can you send me some
> documents about the parsers and some examples of each parser.My e-mail
> is ramavinay@hotmail.com.Expecting a reply from your side
> Vinay
> 
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