I’m trying to parse the .toc.plist file created by MacOS when an audio CD is loaded, so that I can get the track start positions. I’ve managed to use xmlnode.XQL queries to retrieve the nodes containing the values. The extracted node is in this form:
where 12345 is the track offset that I’m looking for. I realize that from this point I could just convert the node to a string and use simple string functions to remove the tags, but it seems to me that there should be a function available in the xml class to extract the inner text enclosed by the tags. However, if there is, I haven’t managed to find it. I had assumed that xmlnode.value should do this, but it returns an empty string. Any idea how to do this without string functions?