Reading an XML file

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Posted by Jim Guerber on October 07, 2008 at 09:48:36: Uploaded files: 2

Starting a new thread about reading xml files here.

Here are 2 programs that take apart a raw xml file and split it into separate xml clauses to be further parsed by another program.

As you can see, the Comet32 program is dead simple. It just reads the whole file into one dynamic string and uses Comet's string functions to parse it.

The Comet16 program requires that the file be a sequential file with 1024 byte records. It spends much effort making sure that the last record contains a full 1024 bytes. If it did not, the program would fail with an error 87 (crash).

The input is an xml file known to comet as a sequential file with 1024 byte records.

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