XML to Text questions
david at megginson.com
Mon Mar 29 20:11:56 BST 1999
Norman H. Samuelson writes:
> What tools are available for translation of XML into text?
> We are working on a GUI that will write the information needed as input to
> a physics simulation code in XML, and we need to translate that into the
> grammar required by the physics code.
You can write quick one-off 10-line scripts with Perl, Python, and
probably many other scripting languages. A Java app takes a little
more work, but the clean object-oriented structure allows you to do
harder things without going completely insane, and there are an awful
lot of good, higher-level XML libraries for Java (though the Python
and Perl collections are growing fast).
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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