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Standard convention for stripping linefeeds in a NodeValue?

Ben Ethridge
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Joined: Jul 28, 2003
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Hi, all.

Is there a standard way of stripping linefeeds and tabs "\n\t" from the DOM NodeValue, so that the NodeValue contains just the "real" (i.e. human-readable) text?.

Obviously one can do it with simple string manipulation, but I was wondering if there were standard conventions or some such these days, since it seems like it would be such a common problem.

Ben
 
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