The next() method of XMLPull Parser moves the cursor pointer to the next event. Generally, we use four constants (works as the event) defined in the XMLPull Parser interface. TEXT : Text content was read; the text content can be retrieved using the get Text() method. END_DOCUMENT : No more events are available package com.example.xmlpullparsing; import Download St AX RI source code and browse read-only CVS mirror of perforce. MAINTENANCE SECTION: It is a minimalist API: very easy to implement standalone or on top of existing parser.The API allows both fast high level iteration (using next() method) and low level tokenizing (using next Token() token) and is designed for easy building on top of it SAX, XML pull parsers that uses iterators with event objects, or even DOM implementations. The first 3 XML parsers (Lark, NXP, and expat) all were event-driven because...
*/ private void reset Parser() /** * Resets the parser using the latest connection's reader.
There are following different kinds of parser depending on which features are set: Get next parsing event - element content will be coalesced and only one TEXT event must be returned for whole element content (comments and processing instructions will be ignored and entity references must be expanded or exception must be thrown if entity reference can not be expanded).
A CDATA sections was just read; this token is available only from calls to next Token().
Gpx does not have anyhing called 'location'.
You can look at the specs at: topografix.com/GPX/1/1 Are your files valid gpx at all or is it your own xml format?