Read a string from xml file?

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Can someone help me with the code to read a string in the xml file. What I want to read is <version value = "3.57.1"> </ version>.

The file looks like this.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>

    <module dependencies="" md5="d3c63388a1153f3cb74686718bfe3a47" name="" signature="93ad368f811ec7fa19039f51a9f248d3" size="73898"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="6c93343819f3f6a9edb597def1099708" name="i18n.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="74650"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="de668c7b299862cb6904f0824e554143" name="i18n_sv.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="94290"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="94a7e8b867f0ee35ef3b44ca06ff1e3c" name="i18n_nl.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="77702"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="8e221a8705f395be662e5151eb68f199" name="i18n_fr.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1123"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="0013f7899e42803cc7a031b47a89d86a" name="i18n_de.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1122"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="f94d995767e62ab8e38eb96dc13e3ef2" name="i18n_fi.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="93903"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="f01a6199b5f34c67897a1fc34bc93fa0" name="i18n_no.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1122"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="40f80869a54780d1e336a6a73134c6a1" name="i18n_da.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1121"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="16782c531da4ab779dfd33017fb36eac" name="i18n_is.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1124"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="55ebe0a352fffe348eb8a216bb50824f" name="pico.uix.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="537974"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="587e173a3e71eebe6e4756c4670a0d2f" name="" signature="2b88c16fa84ac2c321e1910e2354dda7" size="10691"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="9980c5cbb13040eae07800c44cc5d3b6" name="" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="153507"></module>
    <module dependencies="" md5="34457781dfd120f03ec80850ddd804e4" name="pico.lib.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="71350"></module>
    <module dependencies=",pico.lib.jar" md5="63530862699bf341ea317d4b115cf423" name="pico.db.jar" signature="1f2ee812e60e893dbf60f0cbf2696af8" size="1239481"></module>
    <module class="pico.application.PicoApplicationModule" dependencies="pico.core.jar,, pico.uix.jar" interface="PicoApplication" md5="6e8d311a346e326b311306fcc11c6747" name="" signature="589558547c223dbbe3f72181e5e5659c" size="2041523"></module>
  <version value="3.57.1"></version>


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Moved to the appropriate forum as the Technical Discussion forum very clearly states:


Do not post general support questions here, instead use the AutoIt Help and Support forums.

@Alvar have you tried a forum or Google search? We have a number of threads on reading an XML file.

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maybe work

$site = ""
$aUrlread = BinaryToString(InetRead($site,0), 4)
$aExtract = StringRegExp($aUrlread,'(?:\d{1,2}\.){2}\d{1,3}',3);;3.57.1
For $i = 0 To UBound($aExtract) - 1
If IsArray($aExtract) Then
    ConsoleWrite('@@ Debug(' & @ScriptLineNumber & ') : $aExtract = ' & $aExtract[$i] & @CRLF & '>Error code: ' & @error & @CRLF) ;### Debug Console


#include <String.au3>
$site = ""
$aUrlread = BinaryToString(InetRead($site,0), 4)
$aExtract = _StringBetween($aUrlread, 'version value = "','"&gt; &lt;')
If IsArray($aExtract) Then
    ConsoleWrite('@@ Debug(' & @ScriptLineNumber & ') : $aExtract = ' & $aExtract[0] & @CRLF & '>Error code: ' & @error & @CRLF) ;### Debug Console


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