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roddey at roddey at
Mon Apr 26 20:44:19 BST 1999

>Actually, any object-oriented language should do a pretty good job of
>handling XML.  The initial push among developers was in Java, but now
>there's excellent support growing in Python and Perl5 as well.
>Personally, I use Perl5 and Java, but I do sneak into JPython once and
>a while so that I have an interpreter to poke around in the Java
>C++ is still badly under-represented in XML software, but you can
>always use the C Expat parser.

I can't talk too much about this, since I got spanked for it earlier.
However, you might want to look on Alphaworks in oh say 24 to 48 hours.
Check the section for new stuff.

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