[erlang-questions] ErlTl question

Hynek Vychodil <>
Sun Feb 8 21:28:29 CET 2009


Or past it to iolist_to_binary/1 and than binary_to_list/1.
As Joseph mentioned, you rarely need to do it. Just send it by socket, write
to file or console.
For example
io:fwrite([<<"\n<test_xml>\n">>,<<"Test">>,<<"\n</test_xml>\n">>]).

On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 9:17 PM, Joseph Wecker <> wrote:

> Salonee Sinha Roy wrote:
> >
> >
> > which returns
> > [<<"\n<test_xml>\n">>,<<"Test">>,<<"\n</test_xml>\n">>]
> >
> > How do I use this to generate the xml string
> > "<test_xml>Test</text_xml>". I dont really care about the white space.
> > It can remain in the final xml string.
> If you're writing to a file or screen you're already done- just feed
> that straight in.  For example, try file:write_file/2 your result there
> and then opening it in an editor.
>
> -Joseph
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