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Need help to read the following line : <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

I'm using the following parser : SAX2XMLReader (Apache sax parser). My
class is derived from DefaultHandler object and i'm overwriting the
following methods : 1. void  processingInstruction (...); 2. void
docPI  (...); 3. void  elementDecl (...);
....
but no one of these function is being called by the parser.

I'm also setting the following handlers :
parser->setContentHandler(this);
parser->setErrorHandler(this);
parser->setLexicalHandler(this);
parser->setDeclarationHandler(this);
parser->setDTDHandler(this);

Does anyone can tell me how can i extract these tags?? (version and
encoding).

thanks.
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