Programming with Heterogeneous Structures: Manipulating XML data Using bondi

Australian Computer Society Inc
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Computer Science 2006 - Proceedings of the 29th Australasian Computer Science Conference, 2006, pp. 287 - 295
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Manipulating semistructured data such as XML does not fit well within conventional programming languages A typical manipulation requires finding all occurrences of a structure matching a structured search pattern whose context may be different in different places, and both aspects cause difficulty If a special purpose query language is used to manipulate XML, an interface to a more general programming environment is required and this interface typically creates runtime overhead for type conversion. However, adding XML manipulation to a general purpose programming language has proven difficult because of problems associated with expressiveness and typing
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