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XMLWrapperEx.au3 - BETA
So I took matters into my hands .....
I want to present _XMLDomWrapperEx.au3 - BETA Version
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Here is some description:
; #INDEX# ======================================================================================================================= ; Title .........: _XMLDomWrapperEx.au3 ; AutoIt Version : 220.127.116.11++ ; Language ......: English ; Description ...: Functions to use for reading and writing XML using msxml. ; Remarks .......: BETA Version ; Author ........: mLipok ; Version .......: "1.1.1.01" ; _XML_MiscProperty_UDFVersion() #cs This UDF is created on the basis of: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/19848-xml-dom-wrapper-com/ For this reason, I attach also the last known (to me) previous version ($_XMLUDFVER = "18.104.22.168" _XMLDomWrapper_22.214.171.124_CN.au3 ) For the same reason I continue to recognize the achievements of the work of my predecessors (they are still noted in each Function header). . . . . !!!!!!!!! This is BETA VERSION (all could be changed) !!!!!!!!! . . . WORK IN PROGRES INFORMATION: For now 2015-09-01 the descripion (Function Header) can not entirely correctly describe the function. TODO: in many places I used "TODO" as a keyword to find what should be done in future . I want to: PREVENT THIS: The unfortunate nature of both the scripts is that the func return results are strings or arrays instead of objects. . I want to: USE THIS CONCEPT: . All function should use Refernce to the object as first Function parameter . All function should return in most cases objects. There should be separate functions to Change Object collection to array . All function should use COM Error Handler in local scope. . All function should return @error which are defined in #Region _XMLDomWrapperEx.au3 - @ERROR Enums . All function should have the same naming convention . All variables should have the same naming convention . There should not to be any Global Variable - exception is $g__oXMLDOM_Events . It should be possible easy to use XML DOM Events . https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms764697(v=vs.85).aspx . It should be possible easy to Debug . Ultimately, you should be able to do anything with your XML without having to use your own Error Handler. #CE
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XML Parsing Need Help
Struggling with XML parsing
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