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XML: Include a Flexible Parser in Your C++ Applications

, 26 Jun 2014
Free, portable, compiler-independent XML library in C++

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Michael Chourdakis
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I'm working in C++, PHP , Flash and DSP Programming, currently experimenting with Windows 7 technologies and professional audio applications.
 
I 've a PhD in Digital Signal Processing.
 
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