If I could write my own parsers and compilers, I could do things like: To learn, I have decided to embark on a project to write a parser and a compiler in Python.
Python is a powerful, high-level, object-oriented language that is also very readable.
Let's proceed to extend our XML document with some attributes (taking care to escape the quotes, of course): Notice that attributes are stored as regular NTree nodes with the XAttr content type, and (of course) no children.
Nevertheless, we provide a basic UML guide containing all you need to know in order to understand the examples.
Changes to an application's XML Schema content model can be immediately reconciled with a software implementation simply by re-running the code generator.
Built-in code generation frees software developers from the mundane task of writing low level infrastructure code, enabling them to focus on implementing critical business logic.
By automatically generating a programming language binding, XMLSpy accelerates project development time from initial design to final implementation, resulting in substantial cost savings and time to market advantages.
XML is not a full programming language in that it cannot be compiled or executed as a stand-alone binary executable file; rather XML documents must be bound to an external software application or runtime environment such as a business-to-business application or Web service.