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PHP xml_set_object() function


Definition and usage

The

xml_set_object () function allows an XML parser to be used in an object.

If successful, the function returns TRUE. If it fails, it returns FALSE.

Syntax

xml_set_object(parser,object)

Parameters description
parser Required. Specifies the XML parser to use.
object Required. Specifies the object on which the parser is set.


Example

<?php
class XMLParser
{
var $xmlparser;

function XMLParser()
{
$this->xmlparser = xml_parser_create();
xml_set_object($this->xmlparser, $this);
xml_set_character_data_handler($this->xmlparser,"char");
xml_set_element_handler($this->xmlparser, "start_tag","end_tag");
}

function parse($data)
{
xml_parse($this->xmlparser, $data);
}

function parse_File($xmlfile)
{
$fp = fopen($xmlfile, 'r');
while ($xmldata = fread($fp, 4096))
{
if
(!xml_parse($this->xmlparser, $xmldata))
{
//If error
die( print "ERROR: "
. xml_error_string(xml_get_error_code($this->xmlparser))
. "<br />Line: "
. xml_get_current_line_number($this->xmlparser)
. "<br />Column: "
. xml_get_current_column_number($this->xmlparser)
. "<br />");
}
}
}

function start_tag($xmlparser, $tag, $attributes)
{
print $tag . "<br />";
}

function end_tag(){}

function char($xmlparser,$data)
{
echo $data . "<br />";
}

function close_Parser()
{
xml_parser_free($this->xmlparser);
}
}

$myxmlparser = new XMLParser();
$myxmlparser->parse_File("test.xml");
$myxmlparser->close_parser();
?>