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Elementtree

ElementTree is a Python library for creating and parsing XML.

Lxml

Lxml is a full-featured, high performance Python library for processing XML and HTML.

Application speed effective

Example

"But in general you will find that lxml is faster more effective and has an api which adheres closely to a python standard the elementtree which comes with the python standard library"

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HTML Parser In Python without fixing HTML

"Lxml is faster than elementtree but i ve never found an application where the speed boost paid for the hassles of distribution"

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Use lxml in Maya 2013?

Others

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Python 3.6 output i prefer lxml over elementtree because of better xpath support but elementtree is another option same output as above .

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Append text to xml tag value

Note please do tell me if lxml is more easy or this elementtree

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Create XML file with python?

The namespace map passed to element and subelement another lxml extension maps that uri to a prefix which is used for the output;python s standard elementtree library doesn t support cdata sections so you ll need to make sure you re using lxml

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Adding SOAP Envelope to ElementTree generated XML

Update based on the new information that lxml.html is the parsing library lxml doesn t use pure xpath in the same way pure xml libraries might;instead it s a marriage of xpath and the elementtree elementtree that s common to a lot of python xml html parsing libraries salted with a handful of its own homespun approaches

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XPath not "seeing" the img element?

The lxml library uses the same elementtree but offers more control over the output

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Use Python to edit XML header

Lxml is a much better library but if external dependencies are not allowed this will have to do;if you must use elementtree and not lxml

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How to get the IP address from a nmap output in XML with an specific vendor using ElementTree in Python

T provides a nice easy-to-use binding for libxml2 and libxslt and it also implements the elementtree;libxml2 libxslt also come with their own much lower-level python bindings but lxml is much more straightforward and pythonic and it seems to have great performance as well

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Does Python 2.5 include a package to natively transform an XML document?

Updated to be well-formed python output if you re able to use lxml it has much better xpath support than elementtree

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Remove a container in XML

Lxml -- 100x better than elementtree

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What pure Python library should I use to scrape a website?

I wouldn t say that lxml is faster than et across the board as both modules offer tons of functionality;to provide a little context elementtree also supports xpath but particularly et has a unique and useful function called iterparse that remakes the xml document as an iterable

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What are the differences between lxml and ElementTree?

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