This interface allows an application to set and query features and properties in the parser, to register event handlers for document processing, and to initiate a document parse.
Many HTML documents have more markup tags than the contents.
The XMLReader interface contains two important enhancements over the old Parser interface (as well as some minor ones): it adds a standard way to query and set features and properties; and it adds Namespace support, which is required for many higher-level XML standards.
There are adapters available to convert a SAX1 Parser to a SAX2 XMLReader and vice-versa. XMLReader Adapter Index: =================================================================== --- (revision 13) (revision 14) @@ -12,6 12,8 @@ import parsers.
It is a subset of Standard General Markup Language (SGML). It is developed and maintained by World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C) @
(W3C also maintains specifications for HTTP, HTML, XHTML, CSS, among others.) XML is a family of technologies, which includes: I assume that you have some basic understanding of the HTML.