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Hi,

I was wondering how do i write an xml so it shows up with a simple "Hello" ?

Its for an iphone app?

Thanks a million
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XML can't do anything on its own, you need to process it in a scripting language or app.  Are you writing an app?  In what language?
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ok here is a sample one that is exported from one of our news servers, basically i would like no text but "News and Sport Section coming soon"
test.xml
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OK, I have the file and the XML looks good.  I still don't know what you want to do with it.  Do you want it displayed as an HTML page?  Are you creating an iPhone app?  If so, what language?
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Any info?
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