Re: [xml] Value out of ellement?

Hi Rob,

On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 1:08 PM, Rob Eisink  wrote:

Part of my xml file looks like:

the element has a value, how do i get the value (device_name) out of it?

That depends on how you process the XML.

If using SAX, you will get a callback (xmlSAX2Characters).
If using the reader, you navigate to the XML_READER_TYPE_TEXT and call
If using XPath, you need to use "...../Device/text()"; and get the
data from xmlXPathObject::nodesetval->nodeTab[i]->value
If using the DOM, you'll have to figure it out yourself because I
never used that.

Hope this helps,
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