Quasi-Literals & XML

Mark S. Miller markm@caplet.com
Wed, 10 May 2000 18:05:04 -0700

At 04:06 PM 5/10/00 , Ben Laurie wrote:
>It may (or may not) be worth mentioning that SAX is rather more in
>favour than DOM, these days. And there's also those JDOM (or was it
>JSAX?) guys.

For my purposes, I need a data structure that can serve as a universal parse 
tree structure, much like S-Expressions.  DOM does this but SAX does not.
I'd never heard of JDOM, and couldn't find it just now with a Google search.