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Save an XML DOM Object to a File (C/C++)

Saving an XML DOM object is also known as serializing the DOM. It involves a call to the save method on the DOM object. To demonstrate this, we will create a DOM object, load a string into it, and save it to a file, myData.xml.

This project uses or creates the following files.



Source: saveDOM.cpp

Saves an XML DOM object, pXMLDom, to a new file.


When you build and run the saveDOM project, you should get this output in a console window.

To create the loadDOM Visual C++ project

  • Create a Win32 console application in Visual C++. For detailed instructions on how to do this, see Set Up My Visual C++ Project. Name the project saveDOMProj.

Next, we'll add the source code for the saveDOM project.

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