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With the Simple API for XML (SAX) interface, you can write applications that read data in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document. SAX2 is the latest version of the SAX application programming interface (API).
In This Section
- XML SAX Application Development
Provides information about how XML SAX allows your applications to read data in an Extensible Markup Language (XML) document.
- XML SAX Reference
Provides detailed information about the XML SAX programming elements.
- SAX2 C++ Common Notices
Discusses strings, declaration conflicts, skipped entities, XML features, properties, return values as applicable to SAX2.