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I'm assuming that you're on Windows, so I'll recommend g Vim (you need to be familiar with VI/ VIM commands to use it).
The association may be achieved via markup within the XML document itself, or via some external means.
Using cygwin (and some clever grep/less/sed-magic) I easily found the part I was interested in and could read it without any hassle.
XML files are one of the most common type of data files apart from text and CSV (comma-separated values) files. The document has been parsed and you can easily traverse the enclosed elements. The XML document will provide you with the root of the entire DOM (of type XDoc. Each Document Element (XML DOM node) facilitates the following node references: All the above references allow you to free move within the XML DOM.
Reading data files which are not hierarchical (as XML files or JSON) is relatively easy. Notice that I am selecting the load to be performed synchronously and not validation be carried out on parsing the document. Sub Test XML() Dim XDoc As Object, root as Object Set XDoc = Create Object("MSXML2. Let’s start by extracting the first list and printing it’s XML and text contents.
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