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Using iXML library to create an xml document

Posted on 2014-03-04
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Hi there,

Could you please give me a simple example of how to create an XML document using the iXML library(libIxml).  Thank you.
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Just Google it,You can get lots of examples.If any specific thing you are not understanding/not working then copy the code that you tried.So you can get help to resolve the issue.
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