Here's how we create a fragment of XML that contains a list of names each in an element called hello, and each with an order attribute: But that's only a bunch of strings, there's no XML declaration, and certainly no way it can be processed as XML.
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At some time or other we've probably all written code that just uses strings to write out a fragment of XML.
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It's cheap but clunky, but it saves having to instantiate a DOM tree or any of that fiddly stuff.
Groovy's flexible strings allow us to do this very, very simply.
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