I'm doing a lot of work with XML, but there are some cases where it would be faster to just deal with the XML data as a string.
Changing it to a string isn't a problem, but there's some whitespace that gets added in between the nodes that's throwing me off.
Can I structure a regular expression that can strip out the whitespace in between the nodes of the string?
I've done simple expressions with 'g' for replace-all commands, but nothing quite like this.
Any assistance would definitely be appreciated.