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method, cuts of some words. For example, an hexdecimal colorcode that is supposed to be #FFFFCC, can be # FFFFCC ! It's no logic behind the cutting, it can happens everywhere, but it does not happens all the time! Anyone who have hade the same problem? /Emil
Hi Emil, In fact, if you read the characters method javadoc :
This means that an element data is not sure to be read in one time. You need to stack the characters until the complete value is read (for instance, you know it when the endElement method is called for the current element). Christophe
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Thanks a lot. That put me in the right direction /Emil