# [NTG-context] getting xml instead of context

Meer, H. van der H.vanderMeer at uva.nl
Tue Mar 20 22:39:59 CET 2012

In the processing of incoming xml-data this is typeset as is, not as processed text.
Thus for example: with \xmlflush{#1} the incoming data: "<text>its_content</text>" is not typeset as: "its_content", but as: <text>its_content</text>.
Substitution of \xmlcontext{#1}{.} for \xmlflush{#1} makes everything go away.

Allthough my program is a bit too long to present here, a minimal example is the application of \xmlstripped{#1}{.} instead of \xmlflush{#1}; it has the same result.
The output below shows how things looks and clarifies the issue; see the second answer of the multiple choice.

How to process these data to neatly typeset material?

Hans van der Meer

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