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Which Book is better for python parsing and reading Xml files from local
machine and remote machine and also through http...
Can any one Please Post the link at least ...waiting for u r Replies .....

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  • Michael Langford at Sep 17, 2007 at 12:15 pm
    I've found Python Cookbook to be a good, modern resource for parsing as well
    as tricks for remote pages.

    Link at amazon: *http://tinyurl.com/2njsd9

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    On 9/17/07, chinni wrote:

    Hi all,

    Which Book is better for python parsing and reading Xml files from local
    machine and remote machine and also through http...
    Can any one Please Post the link at least ...waiting for u r Replies .....

    Thanku:)

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  • Alan Gauld at Sep 17, 2007 at 6:16 pm
    "chinni" <srikanth007m at gmail.com> wrote
    Which Book is better for python parsing and reading Xml files from
    local
    machine and remote machine and also through http...
    A lot depends on which parser you are using.

    David Metz "Text Processing in Python" is a good general text
    on parsing, including some HTML/XML. (Aldso available in
    draft online)

    Python Network Programming has more on the networking
    side(surprise!) via http.

    But neither uses ElementTree which is one of the best XML
    parsers and now standrad with python. The best bet there is
    the developers web page.(Try Google)

    There is also a book dedicated to python and XML but it
    gets very mixed reviews and I haven't even seen it in a store.

    HTH,

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    Author of the Learn to Program web site
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  • O.R.Senthil Kumaran at Sep 19, 2007 at 2:13 pm

    Which Book is better for python parsing and reading Xml files from
    local
    machine and remote machine and also through http...
    Python Network Programming has more on the networking
    side(surprise!) via http.
    You mean, this one. http://www.complete.org/publications/pynet/ ?
    But neither uses ElementTree which is one of the best XML
    parsers and now standrad with python. The best bet there is
    the developers web page.(Try Google)
    Yes, effbot.org site is too good a resource for XML Parsing stuff using python.
    Read the documentation and examples from effbot, you can go far with XML parsing.

    http://effbot.org/zone/element-index.htm#usage



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