Saturday, May 12, 2007

toplevel.XML.toString()

The short version: If the XML node is a simple text node, the text of the node is returned. Otherwise the entire node is returned as a String. To always return the entire node, use XML.toXMLString().

The long version: check XML.toString() on the livedocs.

1 comment:

Barry said...

Also, if your xml consists of a single empty node, toString will return an empty string.

Examples:
<mynode type="mytype" />
<mynode type="mytype"></mynode>

Sometimes makes me want to scream.

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