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In these conditions, don't you think that 53MB to be able to read an XML file is a little bit " Here is how it works: The XML parser loads a full XML file in memory, it parses the file and it generates a tree structure representing the XML file.

I suspect some implementers choose to ignore parts of the standards they don’t like or can’t accommodate easily in their toolsets.Addition to QLeap's post: Simple XML will return a reference to an object containing the node value and you can't use references in session variables as there is no feasible way to restore a reference to another variable.This won't work too:$val=$this-name;echo $array[$val]; // will cause a warning because of the wrong index type.Memory management is totally transparent through the use of smart pointers (in other words, you will never have to do any new, delete, malloc or free)("Smart pointers" are a primitive version of the garbage collector in Java).Based on the expertise gained during the development of this XML Parsing library, I create a new, improved XML Parser: the Incredible XML Parser.

I suspect some implementers choose to ignore parts of the standards they don’t like or can’t accommodate easily in their toolsets.

Addition to QLeap's post: Simple XML will return a reference to an object containing the node value and you can't use references in session variables as there is no feasible way to restore a reference to another variable.

This won't work too:$val=$this-name;echo $array[$val]; // will cause a warning because of the wrong index type.

Memory management is totally transparent through the use of smart pointers (in other words, you will never have to do any new, delete, malloc or free)("Smart pointers" are a primitive version of the garbage collector in Java).

Based on the expertise gained during the development of this XML Parsing library, I create a new, improved XML Parser: the Incredible XML Parser.

It’s inevitable that different XML parsers make different interpretations of the standards.