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RE: XML Parse

  • From: Markus Braun <charmed21muc@hotmail.com>
  • To: <liam@w3.org>
  • Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2012 21:41:41 +0000

RE:  XML Parse

> Your question is still very vague:
> by "the script" you mean the program you are writing in ruby that runs
> on a mobile phone? on a Web server? where?
> by "where i give the input" do you mean that you are using the program
> and enter input with a keyboard? or that the user enters input and you
> as a programmer must have previously set up the program to handle that
> input? Or just that you are not sure how to write code to put the name
> of the city into the URL?

Hi like to code something like this:

https://github.com/muhkuh0815/siriproxy-Eyelp

so the entry is over the voice...

at the moment i have this example but in this example the searchmachine has a backend in xml and formats the text in the right form.

but the m.bahn.de has not an xml format when i submit a request.

That is my big problem.

Any idea and chance to solve this problem?

thank you

marcus


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