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From the article:<blockquote>The difference with StreamEndAnalyzer is that we must make sure the only return a stream that has the current position at the start of the stream.</blockquote>This isn't a sentence and I have no clue what it means.
 
From the article:<blockquote>The difference with StreamEndAnalyzer is that we must make sure the only return a stream that has the current position at the start of the stream.</blockquote>This isn't a sentence and I have no clue what it means.
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== What are file analyzers? ==
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TODO: Explain what file analyzers are.  This part of the article is left unexplained.

Revision as of 03:49, 11 March 2007

From the article:
The difference with StreamEndAnalyzer is that we must make sure the only return a stream that has the current position at the start of the stream.
This isn't a sentence and I have no clue what it means.

What are file analyzers?

TODO: Explain what file analyzers are. This part of the article is left unexplained.


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