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Suppress text nodes in output when empty

Ela Smith
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Joined: Aug 25, 2003
Posts: 1
Hello @all!
I try to output the nodes plus additional information of an xml-file.
Here is the code with wich I do it:

And that's part of the output I get:
infospace
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: subspace
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: EWGR
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: childNodes
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: childNode
NodeName: #text, NodeValue: C1
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: childNode
NodeName: #text, NodeValue: C2
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: childNode
NodeName: #text, NodeValue: C3
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
NodeName: EWGR
NodeName: #text, NodeValue:
My question: How can I suppress the lines where the NodeName is #text and the NodeValue is empty?
First I tried this one:


Then I tried this one:

But nothing worked...
Can anybody help me with this problem, please?
Thanks a lot for your help in advance!
Ela
Lasse Koskela
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How about this:


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