PHP | XMLWriter endCdata() Function

The XMLWriter::endCdata() function is an inbuilt function in PHP which is used to end current CDATA. CDATA is block of text which is not parsed by the parser but are recognized as markup.

Syntax:

bool XMLWriter::endCdata( void )

Parameters: This function doesn’t accept any parameter.



Return Value: This function returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Below exampless illustrate the XMLWriter::endCdata() function in PHP:

Example 1:

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<?php
  
// Create a new XMLWriter instance
$writer = new XMLWriter();
  
// Create the output stream as PHP
$writer->openURI('php://output');
  
// Start the document
$writer->startDocument('1.0', 'UTF-8');
  
// Start a element
$writer->startElement('h1');
  
// Start the Cdata
$writer->startCdata();
  
// Add value to the Cdata
$writer->text('value');
  
// End the Cdata
$writer->endCdata();
  
// End the element
$writer->endElement();
  
// End the document
$writer->endDocument();
?>

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<?php
  
// Create a new XMLWriter instance
$writer = new XMLWriter();
  
// Create the output stream as PHP
$writer->openURI('php://output');
  
// Start the document
$writer->startDocument('1.0', 'UTF-8');
  
// Start a element
$writer->startElement('p');
  
// Start the Cdata
$writer->startCdata();
  
// Add value to the Cdata
$writer->text('This will be secret '
    . ' text, not visible in browser');
  
// End the Cdata
$writer->endCdata();
  
// Add value to the element
$writer->text('GeeksforGeeks');
  
// End the element
$writer->endElement();
  
// End the document
$writer->endDocument();
?>

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Output:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<p><![CDATA[This will be secret text, not visible in browser]]>GeeksforGeeks</p>

Reference: https://www.php.net/manual/en/function.xmlwriter-end-cdata.php




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