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Demonstrates the ChilkatPath XML Method

Demonstrates how to use the ChilkatPath method. This example uses the XML sample file pigs.xml. The pigs.xml file contains this content:

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#include <CkXml.h>

void ChilkatSample(void)
    {
    CkXml xml;

    bool success;

    success = xml.LoadXmlFile("pigs.xml");
    if (success != true) {
        printf("%s\n",xml.lastErrorText());
        return;
    }

    //  Get the content of the "species" node for the 1st animal:
    const char * result;
    result = xml.chilkatPath("animal|species|*");
    //  Output should be "pot belly pig"
    printf("%s\n",result);

    //  Get the content of the "type" node for the 2nd animal:
    //  Indexing begins at 0.  Therefore, the 2nd direct child having
    //  the tag "animal" is at index 1
    result = xml.chilkatPath("animal[1]|type|*");
    //  Output should be "House Pig"
    printf("%s\n",result);

    //  Find the pig having the name "Nigel" and display the
    //  birth date.  To do this, we'll navigate to the node having
    //  tag="name" with the exact content "Nigel", then navigate up,
    //  and finally navigate back down to the "birth" node:
    result = xml.chilkatPath("/C/name,Nigel|..|birth|*");
    //  Output should be "June, 1991"
    printf("%s\n",result);

    //  Navigate to the 1st animal's picture and print the filename,
    //  description, and caption.
    //  The "$" updates the caller's internal pointer to reference
    //  the node that is the result of evaluating the path.
    //  An empty string is returned for success, and a NULL/nil/0
    //  pointer (reference) is returned on failure.
    result = xml.chilkatPath("animal|picture|$");
    if (result == 0 ) {
        printf("Failed to navigate to animal|picture.\n");
        return;
    }

    //  Display the contents of the file/description/caption child nodes
    printf("Picture Info:\n");
    printf("%s\n",xml.getChildContent("file"));
    printf("%s\n",xml.getChildContent("description"));
    printf("%s\n",xml.getChildContent("caption"));

    //  Return back to the root of the XML document:
    xml.GetRoot2();

    //  Display the value of the "spay-neuter" attribute of the 1st animal:
    printf("----\n");
    result = xml.chilkatPath("animal|gender|(spay-neuter)");
    printf("%s\n",result);


    }

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