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»Added  2002-09-12
»Rating  6
»Votes  6
»Author  Shaun Collopy | Search by Shaun Collopy
»Version  Flash 6
»Description  This is my an example of a very clean XML parser that will read in an XML file and create objects based on the data.All the example does is parse the XML create the objects from the nodes and output the contents of the populated objects to the output window. It is only meant to demonstrate how to cleanly pass the XML and give you an array of objects to then work with in your movie.The example uses a Person with attributes such as firstName to illustrate how we can parse an XML file into an array of objects.The source is fully documented.


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