[XML-SIG] python xml
szybalski at gmail.com
Tue Mar 7 18:23:55 CET 2006
I am new to xml in python, but not new to python. After searching for
quite a bit, I can't seem to find the answer to this easy coding problem.
I have a xml file that i need to find an element with id = 2 extract
second child from it, and pass it on to the rest of my program.
How can i do it in "<10" lines of code in python?
I'm out of office...etc..
I'm in the office...etc..
# I found most of the info/how to on minidom, so I assume minidom is the
best choice here
from xml.dom import minidom, Node
#parse a file,
# find attribute
.....and here I find myself reading tons of how to, but can't seem to
find what i'm looking for. .
#how can i do something like: (please correct me here)
for x in doc.nodeList:
pass_it_on = ???? #How do I get to <text> and extract it as
Thanks for the help
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