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xml_parser_create — Creates an XML parser and returns its resource.


int xml_parser_create([encoding]);
string encoding (optional): Character encoding the parser needs to handle


Resource to an XML parser on success; FALSE on error


This function creates a new XML parser and initializes it for use. A reference to a valid parser needs to be created before parsing is started. Possible encodings are ISO-8859-1 (the default), US-ASCII, and UTF-8. If the parser encounters characters outside its encoding limits, it returns an error. More information on limits of encodings and how encodings are handled can be found in the source file xmlparse.h of this extension.


PHP 3 >= 3.0.6, PHP 4 >= 4.0b1


Example 1426. Create an XML parser

$xmlparser = xml_parser_create();

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