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Create and parse XML documents using Winsoft’s library XML

  1. Introduction

XML is a VCL-type library (Windows platform only). Its main purpose is to create and parse XML documents. If you need installation instructions watch the video below.

2. Components in the Demo and what they do

  • ButtonReadXml – when clicked, it creates XMLReader object.  A while cycle adds live by line the elements, checking the attributes count in the XML document. To convert the Nodes into readable text (string), is used ‘NodeToString’ function. The converted text into string is shown in the TMemo field. The full code on the button click can be seen in the next lines:
  • ButtonWriteXmlClick – when clicked, it creates TXmlWriter object. Then it start adding elements and attributes to create the XML document. You can check it in the next lines:

A short video shows the library in action.

You can download the Demo here.

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