WriteProcessingInstruction

 

Writes a processing instruction.

  
HRESULT WriteProcessingInstruction (const WCHAR * pwszName, const WCHAR * pwszText);  

pwszName
The name of the processing instruction. This parameter cannot be NULL.

pwszText
The text content of the processing instruction. NULL is equivalent to an empty string.

Returns S_OK if no error is generated.

The writer creates a processing instruction by writing the provided name and text with a space after the name.

If the pwszText parameter is NULL, this method returns S_OK and writes a processing instruction with no text content.

If the text block provided contains the characters "?>", which denote the end of a processing instruction, the writer inserts a space after the "?" character. This change to the text prevents the writer from producing an XML document that is not well-formed.

The following code shows the use of WriteProcessingInstruction:

if (FAILED(hr = pWriter->WriteProcessingInstruction(L"xml-stylesheet",  
    L"href=\"mystyle.css\" title=\"Compact\" type=\"text/css\"")))  
{  
    wprintf(L"Error, Method: WriteProcessingInstruction, error is %08.8lx", hr);  
    return -1;  
}  

For a more detailed example of WriteProcessingInstruction, see Write an XML Document using XmlLite.

Header: XmlLite.h

Library: XmlLite.lib

IXmlWriter Methods

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