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To use regular expressions to validate a string you need to define a pattern string that represents the search criteria, then use a relevant string method to denote the action (ie: search, replace etc).Patterns are defined using string literal characters and metacharacters.Libxml2 also provide a SAX based API, but that version was designed upon one of the early expat version of SAX, SAX is also not formally defined for C.SAX basically work by registering callbacks which are called directly by the parser as it progresses through the document streams.This document describes the use of the Xml Text Reader streaming API added to libxml2 in version 2.5.0 .
The Java version is optimized for running on smartphones, and is used by the Android framework since 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).Basically the Xml Text Reader API is a forward only tree walking interface. Value()) Libxml2 implementation adds some extra features on top of the Xml Text Reader API. = 0: print "Error parsing and validating %s" % (file) This routine will parse and validate the file.The basic steps are: import libxml2 def process Node(reader): pass def stream File(filename): try: reader = libxml2Text Reader Filename(filename) except: print "unable to open %s" % (filename) return ret = reader. The main one is the ability to DTD validate the parsed document progressively. Error messages can be captured by registering an error handler. = 1: print "Document failed to validate" in the sources or documentation for a complete example.PERL programmers and UNIX shell programmers have enjoyed the benefits of regular expressions for years.Once you master the pattern language, most validation tasks become trivial.