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I have the output as inner HTML but i am getting the text among tags alltogether, i want then to be line by line .
<span style="font-weight: bold">Test topic newTest topic new<task xmlns=""><taskbody cid="2B7Jv8"><steps id="GUID-7C705467-7088-4738-8E69-288AAC3371AD"><step cid="12wGt3"><cmd>I am a new topic again.<substeps id="GUID-C5017927-15CF-4AC1-A632-11A42AC1BFAE"><substep cid="MZhWE"><cmd>I must look how to cause a topic.<info cid="2E1jok"><fig cid="mCpaB"><note id="GUID-43DCE40A-2AE4-412B-8AE1-805AF28A50F9">Please do not over write the content.<step cid="Tihet"><cmd>Hello second step</span>

Current output

Test topic newTest topic newI am a new picture againI must look how to cause a picturePlease do not over write the picture Hello second step

Expected result

Test topic new
Test topic new
I am a new picture again
I must look how to cause a picture
Please do not over write the picture
Hello second step

can anyone help me to get the expected result by spliting using regex or anyway will be helpful

What I have tried:

var original = document.getElementById("response1id").nextElementSibling.innerHTML.split(???);

i have tried seeing the stackoverflow suggestion but they are spliting the known tags, i my case i cant guess what the tags are.
Updated 16-Aug-21 20:57pm
Gerry Schmitz 16-Aug-21 16:17pm
There's no "meta data" on which to split "Test topic new". Also, your "periods" seemed to have disappeared; which should have served as a signal for a line break.
PIEBALDconsult 16-Aug-21 20:01pm
PIEBALDconsult 16-Aug-21 20:04pm
Were it XML I'd use an XmlDocument and XPath to iterate all the Text nodes.
riya reddy 20-Aug-21 3:37am
I am taking input as xml and xslt and the transformed html output is the one which i need to split tag by tag
PIEBALDconsult 20-Aug-21 9:28am
Then output ought to be XHTML so it should be consumable as XML.

1 solution

var text = $.trim($('#content').text()),
word = text.split(' ');
Richard Deeming 17-Aug-21 4:22am
Aside from the word "split", what does this have to do with the question?

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