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xmlparse/xmlparse.h. There's also an advanced,
low-level API you can use which is documented in
There's also an excellent article about expat on XML.com by Clark Cooper.
By default, expat assumes that documents are encoded in UTF-8. In
UTF-8, ASCII characters are represented by a single byte as they would
be in ASCII, but non-ASCII characters are represented by a sequence of
two or more bytes all with the 8th bit set. The encoding most widely
used for European languages is ISO 8859-1 which is not compatible with
UTF-8. To use this encoding, expat must be told either by supplying
an argument of
XML_ParserCreate, or by starting the document with
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>.
expat has built in support for the following encodings:
Additional encodings can be supported by using
You can't. expat is not a validating parser.
-DXML_DTD and call
You can't. All well-formedness errors stop processing. Note that the XML Recommendation does not permit conforming XML processors to continue normal processing after a fatal error.
-DXML_MIN_SIZE. With Visual C++, use the
Win32 MinSize configuration: this creates an
xmlparse.dll that does not require