Catching XML answer from reverse geocoding api

Posted on 2012-09-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-13

I want to make a reverse geocoding to positions registered as Lat. Long. I want to use OpenStreetMap reverse geocoding API - Nominatim. I sent inquiry something like this :

Answer is coming in XML format and display in a browser. How I can catch it to use in my C++ Builder software. I have no experience on this field.
Question by:Leo01010101
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    If you basically need to parse information from an XML file, I'd suggest TinyXML ( for that purpose. It's quite lightweight, easy to use an Open Source. Check out the docs at

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    Thank you for answer, I will study this documentation. XML parsing is one problem and as a first I have to catch the answer into char* as I understand. I'm not sure how to make it.

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