Updating xml using vb6
The two major value-setting NSXMLNode methods reflect this choice:, resolves character references and references to predefined and user-defined entities in the string.
(References to user-defined entities require an associated DTD in which the entity is declared).
This is easily done by accessing the References drop-down menu item when you click on Project in the main menu as shown.
Some of these classes place restrictions on what kinds of children can be added, depending on the class of the parent: The node-manipulation methods of these classes are identical.
And they are straightforward, with their intended uses made unambiguous by their names.
The When NSXML processes an input file or other source of XML, it automatically sets the values of nodes as string objects.
(It has no other indication of the types of values other than the form it finds them in: strings.) Keeping the value of nodes as strings is acceptable for most applications.