[XML-SIG] python, xml, html tags

Necati DEMiR ndemir at demir.web.tr
Mon Mar 28 20:01:36 CEST 2005

I can't do something with Python and XML.

i have the following file;

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
  <content> Hello </content>
  <content> <b> Hello </b> </content>

Ok. it is simple :)

And i have the following python codes;

from xml.dom import minidom

file = open("test.xml","r")
xml = minidom.parse(file)
print xml.childNodes[0].getElementsByTagName("content")[0].firstChild.data
print xml.childNodes[0].getElementsByTagName("content")[1].firstChild.data

Again simple one :)

But when i run these codes, i have the following output;

How can i access the second one. Yes, i know it contains html tags so it 
doesn't give me the result. I wanna get whole of the content as data. 
How can i do this?

Necati DEMiR

ndemir at demir.web.tr
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