XML parsing performance

Stephen T. Mohr smohr at voicenet.com
Wed Oct 27 15:17:49 BST 1999

If you look at SAX vs. DOM, be sure to include the time to build/navigate
any data structures you build in using SAX.  As others have noted, SAX
really shines if you can use the information as it comes in, i.e., with
minimal state information.

> > My question is what can i do to ensure that the XML parsing is as fast
> > possible? I guess that some of the areas to be addressed are:
> >  1) Using SAX

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