XML vs. object model resource usage for manipulation

Rochelle Edens edensr at businesslogic.com
Mon Aug 9 22:05:12 BST 1999

I'm investigating intra/intercomponent xml processing and am wondering
how this relates to traditional 'object model' processing with respect
to processor hits and memory usage.  Is one way going to be less
resource intensive than another?

If anyone has any info on this or has likewise been thinking about it,
please let me know.


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