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Produces "tidy XML": applies indentation to your output XML document so that the structure of nested elements is clearly visible, and replaces a sequence of opening and closing tags for an element by a single empty-element tag if the element has no content.

This attribute is effective only if it is applied to the document element, i.e., the top-level element of your USoft Blend script.

This attribute is effective only if pc:ignorewhitespace="yes" is set for the document element.

You can determine the content and length of the indentation by setting pc:indentchars.


<element pc:ignorewhitespace="yes" pc:indent="yes"





<example xmlns:pc="Processing.Command" pc:ignorewhitespace="yes" pc:indent="yes" >

The effect of running this example as a USoft Blend script is:





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