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MarkW mark.wilson at wilsoncom.de
Wed Jul 17 06:19:20 PDT 2002

you could use the count() function in xpath in order to program a
progress bar.

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Hi there!
I'm parsing a xml-file. The file has a specific amount
of elements. 
Is there a way to know, on which line of the file 
the parser in a particular moment is?
For example. After I read (parsed) several elements of
the xml file, I would like to know, on which line
of the file the "actual-file-pointer" is.
I don't want to know the line-number for every element.
Just sometimes I want to check, on which line the
parser is.
For what do I use this?
I want to use it for a progress bar. I want to show the
user how far the parsing process is. I know the total
amount of lines in the file. So with some checkpoints
(hey parser, on which line are you now?) I can  realise
a progress bar ....

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