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I'm trying to create a podcast downloader so I won't have to download itunes. I have everything about ready (but I didn't started writing) excpect the xml reading. I saw _XMLDOMWrapper and I need to divide my xml file (the rss feed) into episodes and then read the tags that inside them.

I have two questions:

1. how do get the fields? I need to use getfield or getvalue?

2. by what I understood the output is an array... but each <item> has about 10 tags in it.... am i supposed to getfield the <item> or the <title> and all the other stuff?

I just need some more help with the reading functions of _XMLDOMWrapper

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Have you read ANY of the help file yet? Looked at ANY of the sample scripts? Attempted to write ANY code?

Welcome to the forum. Before you bite into something you don't understand try and figure out what it is you are trying to accomplish.

Getting the info you seek is very easy and it can be found in the help file.


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I tried to write something to try understand the function I looked on the help file (which doesn't have anything on XML) I know how to write code and already wrote things. I didn't find any sample of xml

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Agreement is not necessary - thinking for one's self is!

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my problem is there isn't enough documentation and i dont understand how to read from the xml. i need some more help with those functions.

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I use this:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=35090&hl=

For all my parsing... (Yes I have RSS readers as well).


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thx finally someone that actually help. and not saying that I didn't search for answer. excactly what I needed

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