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Macintosh
filenames, turning into URIs: 3.1.3. Filenames Versus URIs
XML output, writing: 2.2.3.2. Concerns when writing XML text
marshalling: 3.5.2.2. Turning objects into SAX events
MathML: 4.1.3. Internationalization Concerns
Megginson, David: 1.4.1. SAX1
memory
consuming, with SAX and DOM: 1.2.3. Memory Consumption with SAX and DOM
SAX parsers, using: 1.2.1. Stream-Based Processing
messaging: 6.2. XML and Messaging
HTTP with SAX 2.0 and: 6.2.3. XML Messaging over HTTP with SAX2
Java, roles for: 6.2.2. Roles for Java in XML Messaging
methods
attribute names, accessing: 2.6.2.2. Attribute naming
InputSource class: 3.1.2.1. Always provide absolute URIs
Microsoft, shipping CDFs: 6.1. Rich Site Summary: RSS
mixed mode: 2.6.3. Namespace Feature Flags
MSXML Java parser: 1.4.1. SAX1
multithreaded applications, using SAX with: 1.2.4. Other Reasons to Prefer SAX
My Netscape, using RSS: 6.1. Rich Site Summary: RSS


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