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how to read a line from a value of xml

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leevy

I have a xml file.

I can get the value-array by _XMLGetValue('//*'). now, here is a question, it is one element in the array is a passage, it has 4 line. it likes the following:

aaaaaaaaa

bbbbbbbbbb

ccccccc

dddddddddd

I want to get ccccccc, I don't know how to do it.

In addition, if I save the element as a file, then use FileReadLine(), can implement it. but I think the way is stupid, Have the directest way?

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I have a xml file.

I can get the value-array by _XMLGetValue('//*'). now, here is a question, it is one element in the array is a passage, it has 4 line. it likes the following:

aaaaaaaaa

bbbbbbbbbb

ccccccc

dddddddddd

I want to get ccccccc, I don't know how to do it.

In addition, if I save the element as a file, then use FileReadLine(), can implement it. but I think the way is stupid, Have the directest way?

Just StringSplit() that value on newline (@LF or @CRLF as appropriate) and address the element you want in the resulting array.

:)


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leevy

Just StringSplit() that value on newline (@LF or @CRLF as appropriate) and address the element you want in the resulting array.

:)

oh, I see. thanks.

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