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XML Enhancement for Java

XML Enhancements of Java (XJ) is a set of language extensions to Java that makes writing programs using XML, XML Schema, and XPath easier to write and maintain. It allows programmers to import XML schema element declarations as one would Java classes, and write XPath expressions and construct XML data by writing XML inline. The compiler ensures that programs are correct with respect to XML schemas. As a result, programmers can easily (and more concisely) write XML processing applications.

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