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XML Processing Interview Q&A

Q1. What libraries can you use in Java to process XML documents? A1. #1. DOM Parser loads the whole XML structure into memory, and you can read and write. This is useful for smaller XML documents which don’t impact memory usage. JDOM is another alternative to DOM4J. #2. SAX Parser…...

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XML basics interview Q&A

Q1. What is an XML? A1. XML stands for eXtensible Markup Language. XML is a grammatical system for constructing custom markup languages for describing business data, mathematical data, chemical data etc. XML loosely couples disparate applications or systems utilizing JMS, Web services etc. XML uses the same building blocks that…...

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