0. There is an XML parser in the python standard library (package xmllib, you find it 
in the python documentation),
        there also exist alternative xml parsers.
1. Take a look at www.xml-rpc.com, you find a lot of iternnformation there.
2. check out the xmlrpclib by Frederic Lundh (it comes also with Zope, look in the 
lib/python/xmlrpclib.h)
3. in the xmlrpclib.py you can see how the xml parser is used
4. there are several how-to's at zope.org concerning xml-rpc - just serch zope.org for 
'xmlrpc'

good luck
phil
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On 05.10.2000 at 10:52 Frederic Quin wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>
>I would like to create a python method which take a parameter xml_string
>and return a dictionary containing all tags, values and attributes. I
>know that it exists some modules for xml conversions but I don't know
>very much how to use them. I am novice in Python so it's a little bite
>difficult for me to understand the codes...
>
>
>Thanks
>
>
>Fred
>
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