Can C++ be used in conjunction with XML Documents?

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    Question Can C++ be used in conjunction with XML Documents?

    Hi guys, its been a while, ok heres the thing... I was bored so i found some tutorials on HTML and decided to read them and learn a little bit, so now i know the basics. Then i went on and wanted to learn what XML was and this is how i understand it please correct me if im wrong. XML documents pretty much just hold information, it requires a program to call that information up and implement it. Is that right? And if so my main question was can C++ be used to call information out of XML documents, and how so? Thanks!

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    Can C++ be used in conjunction with XML Documents?
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    Yes, look up TinyXML if you want a decent library.



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    Try searching for "xml" on this board. There are other libraries, too, but I don't know of their names offhand.
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