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Keymacro can be used from within Windows and Mac OS X operating systems as a system tray icon.
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Keymacro’s primary aim is to hide your IP address on the web without changing your browser’s search settings.
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Keymacro will not display your IP address on the web. It does not change your browser’s search settings. This means that you can use any search engine you like.
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X-Desktop SMS – for iOS

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Keyboard Maestro
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X-Desktop SMS – for Windows

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passing null-values in xpath string in javascript

I have a script where i parse some XML using xpath for retrieving some nodes.
it’s a simple script and works like a charm.
The thing is that i use a variable for storing the value in the xpath query and this variable might be null or have the default value like “”:
var xpath = ‘var/argument/@name’;

xmlDocument.xpath(xpath);

but i need to pass this variable into a web service so i need to “encode” it before sending it:
var xpath = ‘var\\:argument\\@name’;

xmlDocument.xpath(xpath);

is there any way to pass null/empty xpath strings? or pass a default xpath when the variable is null?
Edit:
with this version i get a custom message when the variable is null:
var xpath = ‘var\\:argument\\@name’;

xmlDocument.xpath(xpath);

Error:

wsse:Basic256

The endpoint reference (EPR) URI that represents the destination for the SOAP operation
specified in the header is not valid.

A:

The only way I can see is to wrap the variable in a function call, but I’m not

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