Badly formatted xml, damn.
Here's their example oh yeah works fine in JSON but what if I want xml? That's not valid xml, so my xml parser isn't picking it up. Can't have a node starting with a number like that. Why put the value in as one of the node names like that anyway? Wonder if I've done this in my own api work at all? Maybe, to give the option of returning multiple values... Ah good bit.ly/roRyu, and neither should you bit.ly.
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