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Old 03-28-2014, 04:51 AM   #1
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Binary tree representation of XML file in klish framework.


I know how to represent xml file using tree data structure(Each node represents one XML tag). My question is why klish uses binary representation of xml file, for binary tree each node have 2 or 0 child nodes which is not suitable for klish framework. Here in XML file more than 2 tags can be present in one tag. I cant understand how xml file is represented using binary tree in klish framework.


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